AnsweredCAL script to eliminate "quiet" notes?

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2017/09/03 22:25:27 (permalink)

CAL script to eliminate "quiet" notes?

Got some midi drum from my e-set and I have a lot of "ghost notes" with a velocity below 25 I'd like to get rid of.
 
Any thoughts?

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Re: CAL script to eliminate "quiet" notes? 2017/09/04 00:47:26 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby bapu 2017/09/04 06:14:33
I'm sure a CAL script could do this but it might be easier to just use Edit Select By Filter.  Like this:
 
Open the event list on the track (I think you can do it in the Piano Roll too but I found it confusing to see if what I wanted was selected there).
Ctrl-A to select everything (or Edit->Select All)
Then Edit->Select By Filter
In the dialog that comes up uncheck everything except Notes and in the Velocity part of Notes put the range you want to select, so say 0 to 25.  Hit OK.
Now only the low velocity notes should be selected, then do Edit->Delete
 


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Re: CAL script to eliminate "quiet" notes? 2017/09/05 01:41:26 (permalink)
Cool! Never knew this. Should work for duration too, eh?
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Re: CAL script to eliminate "quiet" notes? 2017/09/05 11:08:52 (permalink)
Yep, the selection rules can include duration.  So you could find super short notes that were keyboard mistakes. 
 
It is the most confusing dialog in SONAR, but it does have a bunch of very powerful features.

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Re: CAL script to eliminate "quiet" notes? 2017/09/05 12:19:12 (permalink)
There is a cal script for guitar players that tries to remove accidental midi notes.

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