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Fine Tune Selection of Multiple Events

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asked Sep 11 in Studio One 5 by LHandley (2,770 points)
Please add the ability to select all occurrences of a given object, as follows:

When editing in piano roll view, I can right click on a specific note on the piano roll, and see a context menu option to select all occurrences of that note in the clip or the entire track.

Also, in the arranger window, I could right click a track and have an option on that context menu to select all clips in that track.

Having to drag over multiple clips or MIDI events to select only them is, well, a drag.

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answered Sep 12 by jazzundso (87,440 points)
What do you mean by "all occurrences of that note"? A note is unique and does not have "occurrences". Or do you mean you want to select all notes with a certain pitch? That's possible by holding Ctrl (Cmd on Mac) and clicking one key on the left keyboard.

The second feature you asked for also already exists and is called "Select all on tracks" (or similar). The key command is Shift+Ctrl+A / Shift+Cmd+A.
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answered Sep 12 by LHandley (2,770 points)
edited Sep 12 by LHandley
I mean a note that occurs (is played) multiple times within a clip or track; same as pitch in that context.

At first try, Ctrl+Left Click a key on the piano roll did nothing, but Ctrl+Alt+Left Click did select all instances of a note in the selected clip(s). Strangely, now either works. Not sure what was up with that. Anyway, Ctrl+Shift+A does indeed select all clips on a track.

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!
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