I find this cumbersome and counterproductive to how I approach midi drum edits.Is there an easy way to select the notes/events in multiple tracks and then merge them to one track?

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Arpeggio Synthesis Arranging Audio Editing Automation Chorus Clip Envelopes Compression Delay Distortion EQ Exporting Filters Gating LFOs Mixing Panning Reverb Samplers Send & Return FX Side Chain Spectrum Analyser Vocal Editing Vocal Processing Workflow Following on from our 'Make Music With Ableton Live 8 Intro' course we take things a little deeper, showing you how to make use of multiple Audio & MIDI FX to add lots of variety to your mix.

We also take a look at Filters, Panning and how to manipulate and twist vocal tracks in both with session and arrangement views to gear you up for future tutorials!

Studio One from Presonus is a powerful DAW, but everyone has to start somewhere when learning any kind of serious software.

In this quick five minute video from the full course Studio One 104: Workflow Essentials, expert trainer Alex Solano takes you through the core interface concepts and everyday processes that you will need to wrap your head around when producing music in Studio One.

Stereo files will be counted as 2 tracks of audio, for example ‘Strings L & R’ will be counted as 2 tracks.

You will need to provide multi-tracks that are consolidated or bounced from the start point of your song (bar 1 beat 1 or start time code).All files must be of the same duration, sample rate and bit depth.Sorry, but we cannot accept DAW sessions (i.e Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase etc).Plus, learn how to enhance Pivot Table with macros, DAX expressions, and the Power Pivot add-in for analyzing millions of rows of data.Start your free month on Linked In Learning, which now features 100% of courses., author Curt Frye provides comprehensive, hands-on tutorials on Excel Pivot Tables, including more advanced techniques such as using macros and the new Power Pivot add-in.