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Kim Dragotta
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I got this thing up and running, got a few midi tracks recorded. Recorded a bass guitar track and it sounds pretty good, but I can't figure out how to adjust volume individual notes. I tried selecting a note with the range tool and then clicking on consolidating event, but the highlighted area expands beyond just the not I want. Any help would be very much appreciated. Kim
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Kim Dragotta wrote:I got this thing up and running, got a few midi tracks recorded. Recorded a bass guitar track and it sounds pretty good, but I can't figure out how to adjust volume individual notes. I tried selecting a note with the range tool and then clicking on consolidating event, but the highlighted area expands beyond just the not I want. Any help would be very much appreciated. Kim


As far as I know.........What you want to do is increase the velocity of the note......The higher the velocity, the louder the note. Midi note velocity ranges from 1 to 127 and can be accessed by double clicking on the track and adjusting as shown below.



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Because Kim talks about consolidating I guess he wants to adjust the volume of single notes in an audio recording (the bass guitar)!?

This can be achieved by selecting the note with the range tool and then perform the Split Range command from the Edit menu. That way you get a separate event for the note and can then adjust its volume by dragging the little square on top of the event up or down.

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Sunmachine, thanks so much, that's exactly what I needed! Peace!
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Kim Dragotta wrote:Sunmachine, thanks so much, that's exactly what I needed! Peace!
Texas Willie, thanks to u 2 brother!


No problem Kim.....I just got confused by the midi reference in your post.....Glad that sunmachine was able to answer the question for you.

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sunmachine wrote:This can be achieved by selecting the note with the range tool and then perform the Split Range command from the Edit menu.

There's a nice tip by AudioCave in the "Secrets Thread" to speed up this procedure:

http://forumsarchive.presonus.com/posts/list/15/2630.page#15928
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Thanks again Sunmachine.
 
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