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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0004841||features||2012-04-12 13:39||2012-06-06 16:57|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0004841: Multiple note velocity function for MIDI|
|Description||This request is for a new function specific to velocity settings across multiple MIDI notes.|
Record 5 notes of varying velocities. Select them all, and with the new function (maybe a dialog) set a uniform velocity for all 5 notes.
Ideal for live MIDI recording where the notes are not recorded uniformly enough, and need adjusting. Doing it one by one is time consuming where a multiple note single function would be more efficient.
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as a side note, ctrl-uparrow or ctrl-downarrow (cmd- on OS X) on a region with selected MIDI notes will change all the notes at once and will allow "smushing" the velocity values together. without the modifier, this edit will not occur if one of the notes is already at the maximum or minimum value.
this isn't the feature you're looking for, but i just thought i'd mention it.
||and actually, that modifier is "shift", not ctrl.|
||i've done the work for this but need to find a way to initiate it. modifiers are all taken ...|
all implemented in rev 12583. selecting multiple notes and pressing "v" pops up a dialog that can be used to change the velocity of all selected notes.
in addition, using Ctrl-Mod4-(up|down)arrow will change the selected note velocities to the same value (unlike Ctrl-(up|down)arrow which will move them all by 1, up or down).
|2012-04-12 13:39||alextone||New Issue|
|2012-04-13 11:46||cth103||cost||=> 0.00|
|2012-04-13 11:46||cth103||Target Version||=> 3.0|
|2012-06-03 21:06||cth103||Target Version||3.0 => 3.X|
|2012-06-04 16:55||paul||Note Added: 0013375|
|2012-06-04 17:03||paul||Note Added: 0013376|
|2012-06-06 01:59||paul||Note Added: 0013390|
|2012-06-06 13:19||paul||Note Added: 0013395|
|2012-06-06 16:57||cth103||Status||new => resolved|
|2012-06-06 16:57||cth103||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2012-06-06 16:57||cth103||Assigned To||=> cth103|