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Re: Trim MIDI event length

Forum member Bo Clausen has some great macros (so do a search on his name.. I'm pretty sure he has posted a macro that does what I am about to describe, all in one go ;) )…
Anyways, these are the steps..
1) Open the Part in the Key Editor, and select the desired range.
2) Transport menu>"Locators to Selection" (or Key Command "P")
3) Close the Key Editor
4) Edit menu>Functions>"Split Loop"
You now have your original Part split into three sections, with the MIDI content in the middle one.
5) Select all three Parts
6) Edit menu>Process Project Logical Editor>Parts + Events>"Delete Empty Parts"
by vic_france
Fri Dec 20, 2013 2:01 pm
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Re: Iro: Track Color Pack for Cubase

seyoum wrote:How to install: (Win 7/8)

Locate the “Defaults.xml” file. In Windows 8 it is by default located at: C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\Steinberg\Cubase 7.5_64

For Mac the file is in /Users/<username>/Library/Preferences/Cubase 7.5/
by SteveInChicago
Fri Apr 25, 2014 3:04 pm
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Re: Iro: Track Color Pack for Cubase

Seyoum has been extremely generous by sharing his knowledge with the community.........and I thank him!...
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...Does anyone else want to share their colors, as well? Or possibly explain how it's done, so we can all jump in and help the community?

Sure, I'll chime back in, as I've done this myself.

I haven't altered any lately, so I have none to share that top what Seyoum has provided, but we can all continue either from using his or the stock ones.

1. In the toolbar at the very top, right click in the drop down menu and check 'Color Menu' [if not done already].

It will appear as a grey box with a small down arrow at the right of it.
[If you have 'Show Tips' selected in the 'General' section of the Preferences, it will show 'Select Colors' when you hover your mouse over it.]

2. Click on that down arrow & the drop down menu will display 'Default Color' [to click on to change the current track color], followed by all the colors currently available, followed by 'Project Colors...' down at the bottom.

3. Click 'Project Colors...' and it will expand.

4. If you click on any existing color, a color palette window opens whereby you can drag to a new shade or tone vs. the 'Current Color' and click 'New Color', and it will then be saved as is.

5. Otherwise, if you click on 'Options' at the bottom, another menu pops up.

6. Click 'Append New Color', and a white box named 'New Color' will be added at the bottom. [You could also click on 'Insert New Color Before Selection' to place it elsewhere.]

7. Click on the white box to shade it any color you like using the color palette.

8. Click 'New Color'.

9. Click to the right to rename it, ie: Piano, Guitar if you like color consistency between projects. That way you won't have to guess or remember what you used before. :?

10. Click to the right of the new name to continue on with others or click 'OK'.

*However, 'OK' only saves this for the current song [project].


11. Click 'Save Current Set As Program Defaults'.

One of the other options is 'Load Program Defaults To Current Set' to use with other projects.

It's a good idea to set up a song [project] template with this as well.

That should do it.


by jamusic
Sun May 04, 2014 7:49 pm
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