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how to safe copy paste to next track with keyboard?

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Its hard to explain in english.........ahh

MIDI track (external MIDI) but inst track(VST) is same.
with mouse operation, few ways clip etc.
but I need all keyboard operation for rapid edit with keymacro.


select area  From/To | delete | paste to other track same From/To

select area and select data condition(Alt-ctrl-F2)| delete | paste to other track same From/To

TB = 120

event Data are 
4:2:0 MIDI Note 
4:3:0 MIDI Note
means no data is in Start point

Set from 4:1:0
Set To   5:1:0
shift -10 select area
from 3:4:110
To   4:4:110
Now  3:4:110 (Goto and -10 to 3:4:110)
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Select Track 11
Now is 3:4:110
from 3:4:110
To   4:4:110
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Edit Delete
(Edit Copy)
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move to 12 cursol down
Select Track 12
from 3:4:110
To   4:4:110
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Edit Paste 
Edit Paste Special? (Ctrl-Alt-V)
event Data are 
4:2:0 MIDI Note 
4:3:0 MIDI Note

normal Paste
Paste Special
and select delete Alt-Ctl-F2
sometime missing FROM point as start of *DATA*. not selected area.
so I put dummy event to start and delete after paste.

old cakewalk(very old) was simple.
From and to select bar 3 to 4 (2 bars)
then it keeps always 2 bars leng, paste data 

how to use is sub mix?? flat style track.

Track 1 AP all org  //MIDI Ch 1 keep all data for refer etc .Mute after expand.
Track 2 AP      MIDI Ch 1 Only track para meter no data or 1st expanded data
Track 3 AP Hi  //MIDI Ch 1(same) and without track parameter Vol/pan
Track 4 AP Low //MIDI Ch 1(same) and without track parameter Vol/pan 
Track 5 AP part A1
Track 6 AP part A2
Track 7 AP part B1
Track 8 AP part B2
Track 9 AP 1x Riff
Track 10 AP 2x Riff uppper part
Track 11 AP 2x Riff lower part
Track 12 AP ending extra 
Track 13 AP ending extgra double copy //MIDI Ch 2
..

for pick up Part A of AABA 32bars x 3
select area move 32 bars then move. 

Edited by JM2

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