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Old 11-29-2006, 11:26 AM
elvidge elvidge is offline
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Default How do I look at my midi as notes on a staff?

Hi,
This is probebly a really stupid question but how do I view and edit my midi as actual notes on a staff rather than a bunch of dot's? Oh, this is ProTools 6.9 on Win XP using PC. I'm used to using Logic Platinum 5 and want to be able to edit my midi accordingly. Thanks for any info.
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