Each track in your ACID project can contain multiple, distinct media files, called clips. Use the Clip Pool tab in the Track Properties window to add, remove, and preview clips.
For more information about using clips with tracks, please see Using Clips with Tracks.
Click the Save File As button to save the current clip and clip properties to a new file.
The Piano Roll tab is a plug-in that you can use to create and edit note events within the ACID Clip Properties window.
A piano roll view of a MIDI file displays note information on a grid, just like inline MIDI editing mode.
For more information about using the Piano Roll, please see Using the Piano Roll.
The List Editor tab is a plug-in that you can use to perform detailed filtering and editing within the Clip Properties window for a MIDI track.
Events within the MIDI file for the selected track are displayed in a table. Each event occupies one row, and the rows are sorted in chronological order. The columns in the List Editor tab display the contents of the events.
For more information about using the List Editor, please see Using the List Editor.
If you use MIDI clips that contain MIDI controller data, the controller data will not be displayed in the timeline by default.
Right-click the event on the timeline and choose Create Envelopes from Clip from the shortcut menu to represent MIDI controllers as envelopes on the timeline.
The Create Envelopes from Clip command is not available in inline MIDI editing mode.
When Lock Envelopes to Events is selected from the Options menu, envelope points will move with an event as you move it along the timeline. When Lock Envelopes to Events is not selected, you can move events and envelopes independently.
Editing MIDI Clip Properties
From the View menu, choose Clip Properties to display the Clip Properties window. The contents of the Clip Properties window will change to display properties for the currently selected clip in the timeline.
You can use the Clip Properties window to preview a MIDI file and edit MIDI data using the list editor or piano roll.
For information about audio clip properties, click here.
When the Clip Properties window is undocked, you can double-click its title bar to toggle its size — especially handy when you’re using the piano roll.
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