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Changing note length in Score?


hyddan

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Getting pretty fluent with the score editor now but changing note lengths buggers me greatly.

 

Is there a keycommand/shortcut to changing to note lengths (longer - shorter) in the score editor.

 

Deleting and reentering longer values is cumbersome. Shifting between piano roll is better but when I shift back to score I have to rescroll to where I was before as it doesn't focus on my selection at all (must be a bug).

 

In Garageband this was must better as the piano roll was kind of "embedded" in the score and you could just select a note and drag the little handle to adjust it. Maybe not so advanced but it was a neat feature.

 

How do you do it?

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You could open the "Event Float Window" that shows the data of the last selected event. It's a kind of single line Event List that is floating, i.e. always in front of normal windows. But I agree, selecting events in the Score Editor or the Piano Roll editor sometimes doesn't bring up the desired events in the Event List. Weird.
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Getting pretty fluent with the score editor now but changing note lengths buggers me greatly.

 

Is there a keycommand/shortcut to changing to note lengths (longer - shorter) in the score editor.

 

Deleting and reentering longer values is cumbersome. Shifting between piano roll is better but when I shift back to score I have to rescroll to where I was before as it doesn't focus on my selection at all (must be a bug).

 

In Garageband this was must better as the piano roll was kind of "embedded" in the score and you could just select a note and drag the little handle to adjust it. Maybe not so advanced but it was a neat feature.

 

How do you do it?

 

No. I use a screenset with the Event List and Score Editor linked and another one with the Score Editor and Piano Roll linked.

 

As Ally Music Girl would say, "Easy Peasy."

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