The Event Inspector module lets you view and modify settings for selected clips and MIDI Note events. If you select multiple notes, the Event Inspector module displays the note value if all selected note values are the same. If the note values are different, the Event Inspector does not display anything.Figure 254. Event Inspector module sizes.Right-click the Control Bar and select Modules > Event Inspector.Figure 255. The Event Inspector module.A. Time B. Duration C. Pitch D. Velocity E. Channel
Time. Start time of the selected event(s), specified as a valid M:B:T time value. Separate values with a colon or a space. For example, measure 2, Beat 3, Tick 720 would be written as 2:3:720.
Duration. Duration of the selected event(s), specified as a PPQ value. You can also specify a percentage of the current duration value. For example, to double the duration, type 200% and press ENTER.
Pitch. Pitch of the selected event(s), specified as note names (C0 through G10) or note numbers (0 through 127). You can also use a modifier to raise or lower the value by a number of half-steps. To raise the pitch by 2 half-steps, type +2 and press ENTER. To lower the pitch by 2 half-steps, type -2 and press ENTER.
Vel. Velocity value of the selected event(s), specified as a value between 0 and 127. You can also use a modifier to raise or lower the current velocity value (+/- 0 through 127). You can also specify a percentage of the current velocity value. For example, to double the velocity, type 200% and press ENTER.
Channel. MIDI channel assigned to the selected events, specified as a value between 1 through 16.
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