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I'm currently editing a solo piano piece and I'm working on nudging notes to just the right spot, but it's getting to be a little frustrating to also then have to move the sustain pedal off/on controller messages separately. Especially since I can't figure out how to select them to move them. I can click and drag each point on the line, but this would go so much smoother if the controller data moved along with the notes. Is there a way to do that?

EDIT: For bonus points, is there a way to do ripple editing in MIDI? I'm trying to get the timing right in some spots, but I can't just move certain notes. I have to select every note in the track from that point to the end and slide them all together. That's a little annoying because when I'm zoomed in, I have to zoom all the way out to see the entire song, select the notes, then zoom back in to do the move. Is there an easier way to do that? There must be, but I'm still learning S1.

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by scottyo7 on Wed Feb 13, 2019 1:39 am
For me editing automation usually gets pretty granular so after roughing it in, I manually move the dots for precision. ;)

What is sounds like you want is "Automation Follows Events".
To enable this, go up to the Tool bar to the left, just above the track names where the "Chord Track", Marker Track", etc. Tools reside.

Up there you'll see a 'wrench' icon, click on it and slide down to the "Editing" section and check the box next to "Automation Follows Events".

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by Neiby on Wed Feb 13, 2019 12:22 pm
I think that is exactly what I want. However, now that I think about it, I'm not sure how it would work with the sustain on/off messages. For example, if I'm holding several notes and just need to move some of them, or one of them, I don't know how S1 would determine whether it needed to move the sustain with them or not. It would definitely be what I wanted if I'm selecting an entire section of notes that I need to nudge, but I'll have to play with it and see how it behaves when I'm just moving individual notes.

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by niles on Thu Feb 14, 2019 2:07 am
Automation Follows Eventsunfortunately does not work in the music editor.
A FR (Auto select controllers) for what Neiby asks for is here https://answers.presonus.com/9041/dupli ... ltaneously.

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by patricemazmanian on Fri Feb 15, 2019 1:07 am
niles wroteAutomation Follows Eventsunfortunately does not work in the music editor.
A FR (Auto select controllers) for what Neiby asks for is here https://answers.presonus.com/9041/dupli ... ltaneously.


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