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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Sometimes a cluster of triplets gets mis-quantized as 16th notes. Select them, then pick the correct value from the Quantize Note Timing menu.
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