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1

How do you join a new recording in an existing MIDI region?

In the project’s recording settings, set Overlapping Recordings to “Join with Selected Regions.”

2

How do you turn on step input recording?

Click the MIDI In button at the top of the Piano Roll.

3

How can you time-correct a MIDI region?

n the Region inspector, set the Quantize parameter to the
desired note length.

4

How do you choose default region parameters for new MIDI recording?

Deselect all regions in the workspace to access the MIDI Thru settings in the Region inspector.

5

What do you need to do before you can punch in on a MIDI track and replace a portion of a MIDI region?

You need to turn on Replace mode.

6

How can you change the length of a step when performing step input recording?How can you change the length of a step when performing step input recording?

Click the Note Length buttons in the Step Input keyboard.

7

. What type of Track Stack should you create to have MIDI regions on the main track trigger instruments on the subtracks?

A Summing stack

8

In the Smart Controls pane, how do you map a screen control to a plug-in parameter?

In the Parameter Mapping area, click Learn. Click a screen control to select it, and click a plug-in parameter to map it to the selected screen control.

9

in the Smart Controls pane, how do you assign a screen control to a knob on your MIDI controller?

In the External Assignment area, click Learn. Click a screen control to select it, and turn a knob on your MIDI controller until the screen control moves along.

10

In the Arpeggiator MIDI plug-in, how do you play a chord on specific steps of the pattern?

Click the chord on/off button below the step number.

11

n the Arpeggiator MIDI plug-in, how do you skip a step?

Click the step on/off button below the velocity bar.