In the chapters of this book, you learned the basics of working with MIDI. Now let’s take a look at some alternative ways to get the job done, and some of Pro Tools’ more powerful MIDI features!
In Chapter 7, you learned how to edit non-note data with the MIDI Event list, but in most cases it’s more easily accomplished on the track itself. The process is a straightforward one, but you’ve got to know how to view it before you can work with it.
In this example, we’re looking at (and thus able to edit) regions, indicated by the label on the Track View Selector button. Click the Track View Selector button. A menu of other view options will appear.
Select the kind of MIDI data with which ...