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Lum Tham

How to merge piano roll view within the same track

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Dear All,

Goodday.

When creating a MIDI track, somehow it was just split in between without me knowing it. The screenshot shows 2 rows of track and it is actually the same track and the 2nd row shows how it looks like when i click on the "A" part using "smart tool".

How do i merge/link A and B  ?

 

Thank you

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I normally click on the track number to select the whole track, then right click on the clip and "Bounce to clip(s)".

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Thanks for your reply, 

But if I bounce to clip I could no longer work with the MIDI anymore isn't? 

 

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Bouncing clips is not the same as bouncing a track.

Bouncing MIDI clips does not render them to audio.

The image in the OP shows a parent track with 2 clips in different take lanes.

Open the take lanes to see both clips.

Bouncing the clips in the parent track merges the selected clips into one clip in a single take lane.

 

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13 hours ago, scook said:

Bouncing clips is not the same as bouncing a track.

Bouncing MIDI clips does not render them to audio.

The image in the OP shows a parent track with 2 clips in different take lanes.

Open the take lanes to see both clips.

Bouncing the clips in the parent track merges the selected clips into one clip in a single take lane.

 

Many thanks for your reply.

How to "Open the take lanes to see both clips." ? (i am sorry, i am a newbie)

If bouncing to clip does not bounce it to audio, does it mean i can still edit the notes in the piano roll view and also to change the setting in the VST to change the sound isn't?

Many thanks!

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7 minutes ago, Lum Tham said:

How to "Open the take lanes to see both clips." ?

Click the orange button in the bottom left of the track

 

8 minutes ago, Lum Tham said:

If bouncing to clip does not bounce it to audio, does it mean i can still edit the notes in the piano roll view and also to change the setting in the VST to change the sound isn't?

This is the type of stuff I recommend trying and see what happens.

Bouncing clips does not change the clip type. They are still MIDI clips.

Bouncing clips does not change track settings so the track output remains unchanged.

Bouncing clips has nothing to do with plug-in settings.

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Also, if you bounce to audio nothing happens to the midi. You can still go back and midi afterwards. A zillion times, if you want.

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