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Old 09-21-2019, 09:59 AM
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Default Re: Splitting/Stretching Midi Notes

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Hi, has anything changed in this topic for last 12 years? I need to split a long MIDI note into several notes together with audio clip but when I made a common edit group and tried to use CMD+E on both tracks simultaneously, only the first MIDI clip contains velocity information and after deleting it remaining MIDI clips are empty. Any ideas?

Just curious, but did this get solved? If so, how?
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