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Selecting the lowest MIDI notes in a part - HOW?
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ocejanic
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First I have to apologise for not posting my question in the appropriate forum - I did not find it!
So:
How can I select all the loewst MIDI notes in a part?
Thing is I have a piano part, and I want to double its lowest notes to be played by a bass. Is there a function/macro to do this? Selecting them by hand takes hours.

Thanks.
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Not in front of system to verify but you can select all note occurrences for a particular not by either alt or ctrl clicking the keyboard on the right. I believe it's also in the manual.
So with couple clicks you can get all the bass register notes to drag to a new track.
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If you mean selecting all of the lowest notes in every chord in like a piano track or something, a logical editor type selection, nope, not yet.
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