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Old 12-05-2019, 06:55 AM
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Default Copy MIDI Control Change to new session?

hey folks

i’ve got some midi information automating some guitar pedals and I’d like to copy this info throughout two sessions. So, say Session A has 5 songs and Session B has 5 songs, I’d like to take 2-3 song s worth of Midi CC changes from B and ‘paste’ them into A.

Import session Data will give me the whole session which I don’t need (because in reality each session has about 20 songs). Export midi seems to export the entire session as well. Let me know! I just wish there was a way to consolidate / export MIDI like you can with clips.
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