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    Senior Member Styxx's Avatar
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    Question Modulation

    Is it possible to insert modulation after a track has been recorded? I did a track of strings and another of flute without using the modulation wheel and would like to know if I can insert in the piano roll or do I have to record modulation on top of the track?
    Ya know what I mean Mr. Bean? I sure hope so cause I lost myself in that one....
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    Re: Modulation

    Quote Originally Posted by Styxx
    Is it possible to insert modulation after a track has been recorded? I did a track of strings and another of flute without using the modulation wheel and would like to know if I can insert in the piano roll or do I have to record modulation on top of the track?
    Ya know what I mean Mr. Bean? I sure hope so cause I lost myself in that one....
    Hey Styxx, Never you worry!!
    As long as the recorded track is MIDI and NOT audio you are just fine. I usually do this anyway, since I do all (well, most) of the creation on Finale and export it as midi file - with no mod data in it. I have to manually add it (drawing it in) after importing it into Cubase. If I could get Finale to playback as nicely with it's midi tools as Cubase or other sequencer software does, I would do it., but Finale's is a pain to use.

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    Re: Modulation

    Styxx, I'm not sure what DAW you are using, but "that" track would have to be in overdub mode so that it doesn't erase the midi data that IS there.

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    DPDAN, I see what you mean. I was using Cakewalk 2004XL and while I did manage to overdub the modulation there is no way to edit it in the piano roll. What a surprise. I resorted to importing the midi file to Cubase Se where at least I can draw in any edits needed. Learn something new (or in this case) old every day.
    Thanks
    Styxx

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    Re: Modulation

    I'm always glad to help.

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