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James_S
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Hi,
Just a quick question - is there an easy way to select all instances of a note within the piano roll view?

I was importing an old song the other day, and needed to move some drum parts onto a different drum - so I needed to select all instance of the old drum part.

I know you can zoom out and lasso them all, but that breaks the flow of what you are doing, and could introduce errors if you catch another note.

I've looked in the manual, and couldn't spot it, so thought that someone here was bound to know ...

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James
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James_S wrote:Hi,
Just a quick question - is there an easy way to select all instances of a note within the piano roll view?

I was importing an old song the other day, and needed to move some drum parts onto a different drum - so I needed to select all instance of the old drum part.

I know you can zoom out and lasso them all, but that breaks the flow of what you are doing, and could introduce errors if you catch another note.

I've looked in the manual, and couldn't spot it, so thought that someone here was bound to know ...

Cheers
James


Click on the pitch name, or the note on the left side of the editor to select all notes on that pitch.
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Motoko wrote:Click on the pitch name, or the note on the left side of the editor to select all notes on that pitch.

But click with Ctrl (mac: Cmd) key pressed.
Or with Ctrl+Alt (Cmd+Alt) to do it for all parts on the track.
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maik wrote:
Motoko wrote:Click on the pitch name, or the note on the left side of the editor to select all notes on that pitch.

But click with Ctrl (mac: Cmd) key pressed.
Or with Ctrl+Alt (Cmd+Alt) to do it for all parts on the track.


Thanks for the additions. Wanted to check before posting them and I'm not behind an S1 machine
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maik wrote:
Motoko wrote:Click on the pitch name, or the note on the left side of the editor to select all notes on that pitch.

But click with Ctrl (mac: Cmd) key pressed.
Or with Ctrl+Alt (Cmd+Alt) to do it for all parts on the track.


Ahh that was the bit I was missing!

I'd tried clicking on the pitch name (as in Sonar) but that didn't work - its the modifier keys I didn't know.

Many thanks to both of you for your help!
 
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