How to ad note at a given interval to a chord by keybind?

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How to ad note at a given interval to a chord by keybind?

Post by sanecrip » Tue Apr 10, 2018 3:09 pm

Hello,

How am I able to harmonize or add notes above or below a given note in the midi editor? I am looking for something like in Finale where if I hit 3, it adds a note a third above, or if I hit shift-3, it adds a third below.

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Re: How to ad note at a given interval to a chord by keybind?

Post by Martin.Jirsak » Sat Apr 14, 2018 1:24 pm

Hi,

There is no function like this in Cubase, but you can easily create the function by using Logical Editor. Then you can save it as custom preset(s) and assign KeyCommands.
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Re: How to ad note at a given interval to a chord by keybind?

Post by Romantique Tp » Sat Apr 14, 2018 1:38 pm

It's not exactly the same thing, but you can also hold Alt and then drag the notes.
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Re: How to ad note at a given interval to a chord by keybind?

Post by Martin.Jirsak » Sat Apr 14, 2018 1:51 pm

In the Key Editor, you can also create chords immediately, instead of just notes one by one.
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