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In piano roll view is it possible to see notes behind notes in same track?

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In piano roll view is it possible to see notes behind notes in the same track? Sometimes in piano roll view I will inadvertently overlap or place notes on top of each other by mistake. Is there something I can check that will give me an indication when I mistakenly do this?

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yeto

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If you bounce to clips - this should merge and note and controller data from different clips. There are a few CAL routines that remove duplicate data in the event you have exact note conditions at the same time stamp. You can also look at the  " event viewer " to see if you have duplicate notes at the same time stamp.

 

I think in the Piano roll -you would have to grab the note and pull it up or down to see for sure - hold shift while you do it to keep the time locked, it would be a good visual tool if over lapped or covered notes would light up a different way. Maybe a bright red splash color.

 

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This is a good feature request item as doubled notes aren't always obvious and can ruin the sound. 

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I think it would be nice that color coding of overlapping notes on PRV. (e.g., overlapping part is colored by red, black or blinking?)

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12 hours ago, RBH said:

If you bounce to clips - this should merge and note and controller data from different clips. There are a few CAL routines that remove duplicate data in the event you have exact note conditions at the same time stamp. You can also look at the  " event viewer " to see if you have duplicate notes at the same time stamp.

 

I think in the Piano roll -you would have to grab the note and pull it up or down to see for sure - hold shift while you do it to keep the time locked, it would be a good visual tool if over lapped or covered notes would light up a different way. Maybe a bright red splash color.

 

Thank you for helping. The event viewer will solve my concern.

Thank you,
yeto

 

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11 hours ago, mgustavo said:

Hi, you could also check in on Track View's take lanes.

Good idea. Thank you for taking time to post.

I appreciate your help,
yeto

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7 hours ago, synkrotron said:

Or Event List.

Thank you. This helps.

yeto

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Yeto, I just mentioned this on your other thread about the Midi Indicators (Clip icons).

I mentioned the threat of double notes (midi notes on top of each other) when things get a bit sloppy. No worry though.

Others have mentioned some good suggestions. Buy default double notes in the Piano roll view are darker in color, problem is, not dark enough for a human eye to see O.o. A cal script works wonder to clean those up but I suggest getting in the habit of using Bounce to clips, it will solve 90% of your clip, double notes, 80 clips per track problems.

 

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There are many times we want to keep smaller clips. Its because of tails and/or Slip edit data beyond the point of the clips boundary's.

But generally for midi, its less of a necessity. Once you have 2 or 3 clips (take note to ones on top of each other) that's when to use Bounce to clips. This will Heal your 2 or 3 clips in to 1 whole clip. it is also imperative for "future fool proof use".

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1 hour ago, Chuck E Baby said:

There are many times we want to keep smaller clips. Its because of tails and/or Slip edit data beyond the point of the clips boundary's.

But generally for midi, its less of a necessity. Once you have 2 or 3 clips (take note to ones on top of each other) that's when to use Bounce to clips. This will Heal your 2 or 3 clips in to 1 whole clip. it is also imperative for "future fool proof use".

I will definitely study "bounce to clips". Thank you for taking time to help.

yeto

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