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  • Logic Pro X tips for fast programming/editing midi sequences..

    Hi,

    I'd like to know what are the best practices for editing notes in Logic Pro X to achieve realistic mockups.

    Imagine a midi passage with 16h notes repetition. Same note repetition for Strings fast passage. 

    The most realistic output should be as an example, that every two notes, the first one would have higher velocity than second ones , or in case of triplets, every three notes, first one has an accent and the other two of the triplet different velocities.

    My problem is that I don´t know a method to do it semi-automatic (in event view or piano roll), the only way I know is do it manually selecting every single note (and that is really slow).

    I know that there are some addons like Art conductor, AG toolkit, that help you to change the articulations without impacting the score, but again, if you want to mix velocities changes and articulation changes for long fast passages, is really slow if you cannot select the affected notes with some "rules" that make those selections faster.

    How do you deal with that?

    As an example, I'm trying to achieve the same results as the examples 33 and 34 of the Beat-kaufmann tutorial

    http://www.beat-kaufmann.com/vitutorials/vi-tips--tricks-4/index.php

     

    Thanks in advanced for your help.

    Best regards

    Hugo