You can access this context menu from a note in an open note region. It lets you manipulate notes in various ways. Most of its items can operate on multiple selected notes at once. If you want to manipulate a single note, you don’t need to select it first.

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Figure 6.3.2.7: The note context menu.

  • Quantize: Aligns the beginning of selected notes to the closest subdivision in the sequencer grid. Their duration is unchanged. The current snapping unit defines the position of the grid’s subdivisions.
  • Slide on: Makes selected notes slide notes. The pitch of slide notes changes smoothly from the pitch of the previous note to their own defined pitch for their whole duration. Slide notes are drawn as thin lines. Note: The glide control doesn’t affect slide notes. Slide notes don’t generate the expected result if the device is playing more than one note simultaneously due to their sequential highest to lowest pitch delivery from the sequencer.
  • Slide off: Makes selected notes regular notes with constant pitch. Regular notes are drawn in a solid color.
  • Delete: Deletes selected notes. Adjacent notes keep their current positions.

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