Chapter 1 : Locate and Select
This video shows various ways to set the locators and demonstrates cycle and skip cycle.
The range tool is explored and demonstrated. Learn how to make selections and to copy just a piece of an event or section of a song.
The Play/Scrub tool is demonstrated, Edit History is explained. Coloring and naming events is reviewed.
Chapter 2 : Editing and Event Display Preferences
The general preferences for editing are covered in this video.
Some of the preferences and settings pertaining to editing MIDI and audio are explained. Working with tool modifiers and tool preferences are demonstrated.
General event display preferences are explained and demonstrated.
Audio event display preferences are explained and demonstrated.
MIDI display preferences are explained and demonstrated.
Chapter 3 : Key Commands
Get a complete overview of the Key Command window. Create key commands, import and save settings and set up a macro are amongst covered topics.
Chapter 4 : Working with Audio and MIDI
Get an overview, learn to navigate and play slices and selections. Edit a drum loop, add a second loop and move sounds into the first loop.
Work with audio and MIDI comp lanes creating and editing selections to arrive at the perfect performance. Delete overlaps, add crossfades, and bounce selection to disk (audio) and Merge MIDI to Loop.
Chapter 5 : MIDI Editors
Get to know the layout and how to customize it in this first video. Set preferences, learn to view multiple parts and more.
The tool bar items are explored. Manipulate existing notes and adding notes with the pencil and line tools demonstrated.
Part two continues with the Tool Bar items. Edit menu items are also covered.
The virtual keyboard is explained along with entering notes using Step and MIDI input. The Transpose tab features are covered as well.
Learn how to work with controller lanes. Add, delete, customize. Editing velocity is demonstrated.
Using snap mode and quantize settings to create controller information is demonstrated. Cut, copy, paste, delete and the selection range box are covered.
Learn the ins and outs of the Legato tab features. Lengthen, shorten, fix, eliminate note overlaps and more.
Part one gives a quick overview of the Quantize features and covers quantizing note start, end and lengths. Auto apply and freeze are covered as well.
Part two is an in-depth demonstration of the Quantize panel. Learn how to use swing, catch, Non-Q , iQ. and much more. (This panel is used for quantizing audio as well.)
Get an overview of MIDI inserts and a good look at the Arpache SX arpeggiator in action. The Classic mode features are demonstrated in detail.
The Note Expression tab parameters are explained. View and filter information, map MIDI controller information to note expression parameters. An overview of the Note Expression Editor is given.
Learn how to create and edit note expression on one or multiple notes. Copy one parameter to another and one or all note expression parameters to one or more notes.
The workings of the List Editor are explored here. Sort, filter, and edit MIDI notes parameters are all covered.
Some of the features of the Score Editor are touched on here. Open one or more tracks, change clefs, display quantize, add, copy, paste and edit notes and basic layout and print setup are covered.
Chapter 6 : The Sample Editor
Get an overview of the Sample Editor layout. Many of the Toolbar items are covered.
Coverage of Toolbar items is completed and the Info Line is explained. The Range tab is also covered.
Learn how the Overview Line shows the entire audio clip and viewing selections and also how to navigate with it. The Regions pane is explained.
Analyze a drum loop in the Definitions Tab, add Musical mode it will adjust to the project tempo. Add a swing feel in the AudioWarp tab and reverse a hi hat in the Process tab.
Within the Hitpoint tab create and edit hitpoints, use slicing to create an audio part and apply Auto Fades at the track level.
Learn to create a Groove Quantize template from a drum loop. Apply it to a MIDI bass line, convert it into MIDI and use Groove Agent to play back the MIDI event.
Analyze an audio file in the VariAudio tab and use the created segments to define an edit area. Segments can be adjusted in length, cut and glued.
Using Pitch & Warp mode learn to pitch-shift a segment’s audio. Within a segment you can pitch-shift by modifying the micro-pitch curves.
In Pitch & Warp mode use a MIDI controller to change pitch of a note. Stretch, compress and snap them to grid. Pitch to MIDI and Flatten are also covered.
Chapter 7 : Advanced Track Features
Get to know the different folder tracks and how to create and add tracks. Create a Group Channel track and assign track outputs to this bus.
Create a Marker track, add position and cycle markers. Learn the features of the Marker Window and how navigate and zoom with markers.
Create a Arranger track, add events and create Arranger Chains. Learn to work in the Arranger Editor window.
Use the Signature and Tempo tracks to create and modify signatures and tempos. The Process Bars and Process Tempo windows are explored along with the Tempo Track Editor.
Chapter 8 : The Media Bay
Get a tour of the Media Bay and learn how to find, activate and filter out media locations. Use the Location pane to quickly go to favorite locations.
This video does an overview of the Results list showing how to modify the layout and use filters. The Previewer section is demonstrated and the Attribute Inspector layout, filters and creating and editing attributes are covered.
Learn about the deep search features in the Media Bay. Both Logical and Attribute systems are explained
Chapter 9 : Using Automation
This first of three videos gives an overview of working with track automation. Set up automation tracks, enable read/write, choose parameters, write automation and more.
This middle video looks at the Panel automation settings, suspend read and write, and the show filter.
This last video demonstrates the difference between touch and auto-latch modes. Working with trim is demonstrated along the fill modes.
Chapter 10 : Control Room Mixer
This first video shows how to set up the control room mixer channels in the VST Connections window. The different channel types are explained as they are added. The mixer interface is given a quick overview as well.
Setting up the studio sends is shown, both manually and using settings from the Project Window mixer. Monitoring different sources and the features of the control channel are covered. Control Room Overview is explained.
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Learn all about locating and selecting, advanced editing, key commands, comping audio and MIDI tracks, advanced MIDI editors, the Sample Editor, advanced track features, the Media Bay, using automation, control room mixers and so much more.
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