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How to Draw a MIDI Crash Choke Note in Cubase 10

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  • How to Draw a MIDI Crash Choke Note in Cubase 10

    Hello,

    Using a Roland TD-50 I can record MIDI crash choke notes. I would like to know how to draw a MIDI choke note when done recording and in the editing phase. I know how to draw the note, but not how to choke it. I would like to know how to edit the length of chokes too.

    When I’ve looked in Cubase for the CC, I have not found data yet that seems to choke a cymbal or affect the choke length. I thought it was aftertouch but when I look at a recorded choke note’s CC data, I can’t find any where if I change it, it changes the length of the choke. Does anyone know how to do this?
    Last edited by ohnow; 09-11-19, 02:55 PM.
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