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Old 08-21-2007, 04:51 PM
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Default Splitting/Stretching Midi Notes

This should be simple but I can't figure it out and I tried searching google.. I have Midi Notes I recorded from My keyboard but I would like to edit them in Protools by dividing 1 note into 2..For Example, I have 1 bar in a 4/4 I would like to split it in the middle so theres 1 note up to 2/4 and another note to 4/4 by 2/4..hope that helps .. I would also like to know how to stretch a note.. There is a tool tool to trim down a note (shortcut f6) but is there a way to stretch it and make it longer? For example, I have a note that stops at 3/4..how do i stretch it to 4/4 without changing the beginning position of the note?
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