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Chapter 7. Editing Basics

7. Editing Basics

After you’ve finished recording all your tracks, it’s time to do some editing. Actually, if you’re like me, you might end up doing some editing during the recording process. This is especially true for MIDI tracks, because it’s so easy to fix the pitch or timing of a note quickly if you happen to make a mistake or two. You’ll do most of your editing after the fact, though, and SONAR provides a number of different tools to get the job done. I briefly described these features in Chapter 2, but this chapter will do the following:

  • Show you how to deal with tracks and clips in the Track view.

  • Describe editing MIDI note and controller messages in the Piano Roll view.

  • Explain creating and editing drum tracks in the Piano Roll view.

  • Teach you how to edit audio data in the Track view.

  • Describe editing individual events in the Event List view.

  • Show you how to change the tempo via the Tempo view.


  

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