Step 1: Open editor
To open the score editor, first double-click the MIDI region you wish to edit in the Timeline, then click the Score tab in the Edit pane’s header.
Step 2: Score draw
To get the score displayed correctly, you’ll need to enter the correct key and time signatures in the project display of the LCD panel at the bottom.
Step 3: Insert notes
To add extra notes, select the required note value from the Insert menu, then Cmd+click in the stave at the point where you want to add the new note.
Step 4: Move and copy
You can drag notes left or right to move them to a different position in the bar. To copy notes, hold down the Alt key while dragging.
Step 5: Note length
When you select a note, its duration is shown as a pale green bar. Duration bars work just the same as those in the Piano Roll – just drag to adjust the note.
Step 6: Turn it up
In this example, the left-hand part looks okay, but the last of the four notes was played too lightly. Select it and move the Velocity slider to correct this.
Step 7: Correct wrong notes
The D shown here should have been an E, so we can correct it simply by selecting it and hitting the Up arrow key twice to nudge it up two semitones.
Step 8: Remove unwanted notes
This arpeggio contains lots of duff double notes. To remove these, we just click on the offending notes and hit Backspace, leaving the right notes behind.