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Sonar Compatability / Increase Length of Note Audition in Midi Editor / Allow Chord Audition

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asked Dec 11, 2017 in MIDI Editing by daniellesaux (2,350 points)
In Sonar, you can select a note in the Piano Roll View (or Midi Editor as it's called in Studio One) and audition the note by clicking on the note. The note sustains as long as you keep the mouse click down. Studio One only plays a note for a predetermined short burst and the audition feature is a little unpredictable.

Similarly, in Sonar you can audition a chord by selecting the notes in the chord in the PRV and audition the chord by clicking on any of the  selected notes. You can select as many notes as desired and only those notes would sound. This is a great feature for us non keyboard musicians and allows us to work out parts, lines and chord progressions. Studio One doesn't allow chords to be auditioned.

Right now my workflow is seriously impacted.

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answered Jan 17, 2018 by AlexTinsley (917,830 points)
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answered Jul 1, 2021 by Jorge Araujo (250 points)
its so simple and help to much in loop libraries
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answered Jul 11, 2021 by leonardodacostaborges (150 points)
Ajuda demais esse recurso eu usava o Cubase e nele tinha agora no S1 nao consigo ouvir a nota midi quando clico em cima dela.