So, I have a working Project that I use some Automations and Note Data in Tracks, in addition to Assigned MIDI Fx.
I want to get rid of the CC Automations and Note Data w/out affecting the Assigned MIDI Fx assignations so I can Save this as a Template to use in other Projects, so I’m going through and manually deleting Note Data and CC Data.
If I have several CC’s Automated on a Track, I was having a heck of a time scrolling through each CC to find the automated ones.
Ummm…but while in Step Mode, after I’ve deleted a CC Automation, and knowing there are other CC Automations on this same Track, I just:
- Press [Track] & Release
- Press [Step]
…and there’s the next CC to delete.
I didn’t know this.
I dont’ think I’ve ever read this in the manual.
I still can’t find if this is listed in the manual.
I wanted to pass this Shortcut along.
yeah, its in the manual (if i understand you correctly)
for sure though, its easy to forget these things theres so many useful shortcuts on the pyramid!
this is similar / same to note editing (in mono mode), which is how i ‘remember’ it.
Thanks. Then DUH@me.
Too many things to remember.
It’s time to go back through the manual and step by step revisit every feature to see what I’ve been missing.
I also forget some of the shortcuts,
the pattern ones are my weak point as they changed (for the better) at some point
perhaps if you do , scribble down the shortcuts - it would be a good additional page to add to the manual (others have asked before)
I think the shortcuts tend to be detailed at the bottom of the ‘relevant’ section, usutally marked as a TIP
I’ll try to make notes.
There is a Shortcuts section in the Manual, but I missed this one there, perhaps.
At least it isn’t as bad as trying to use Excel. /s
ah my bad this time
… it’s the hermod manual that doesn’t have the shortcut section.
and this shortcut is in the listed shortcuts
yea the definition file reverting to the next defined note is the function youre talking about i think. Definitely never considered using it in that fashion. The pyramid is truly the gift that keeps on giving and i love reading both of your posts since you are both so knowledgeable.