i’m sorry to be a pain but where is the piano roll editor so i can edit/delete notes? i looked in the manual and scrolled through every button in the program. help????
Dbl-click a midi-event and it will open the editor.
i did that then i needed to delete a few notes but when i hit delete the entire midi track was gone. also when i double click an editor opens but not a piano roll.
Well, if the editor that opens dosen’t have a piano roll then it’s probably the audio editor. You get that when dbl-clicking, which creates an audio event, on an empty track.
You need to apply a VST-plugin it to the track, dbl-click on the track (lane) and you should create a midi event. Dbl-click on the midi event and there’s your piano roll editor.
did that loaded a track with alchemy played 2 bad notes and wanted to delete them like you do in reaper cubase reason etc. there is no piano roll editor in my copy of this program just a box with the midi info but no way to delete particular notes.
You have somehow switched editor profile from piano roll to MIDI event list. Go to ‘View’ menu of the window which appears after dbl-clicking event, and choose ‘Timeline’ item (1st active item in my installation).
i did and nothing should i just reinstall the program?
No need to reinstall. You may have accidentally deleted the piano roll editor profile. To restore the default editors, use the “restore default editor profiles” command in the setup menu. That may also explain why you couldn’t edit curve sequences, as you mentioned in another topic.
it worked! thanks but i still can’t automate levels this is the hardest part for me for some reason i make an automation lane below when you say click on timeline do you mean click where the midi or audio track is? could you send me a screen shot how to do this? i feel pretty stupid i can automate easy in reaper, mixcraft, hell! even props record! but i’m stumped!
Right-click the track you want to automate, and use the “automate parameter” submenu. That is one way to create a parameter track. Another way is to use the “param” list in the track inspector, and double click the parameter in the list that you want to automate.
Once a parameter track is created, it should have a curve sequence placed on the timeline already. If not, use the pencil tool or double-click on the timeline area of the parameter track.
i figured it out!!! i did’nt realize you do your work in the editor box i’m used to working in the physical lanes that contain the audio or midi info. this program will take me some time but i think it’s worth it!! i’m at a great disadvantage being 52 and not really caring about computer games and stuff like that i leave that to my employees.. buy i don’t give up and i thank you for your patience. p.s. you are giving this away at 50.00 it’s easily worth 5 times that! i will continue to purchase updates.
p.s. you are giving this away at 50.00 it’s easily worth 5 times that! i will continue to purchase updates.
I agree that 50$ is very cheap considering the amount of work I’ve put into this program. The price reflects that, when compared to other DAW programs on the market, there are still some features missing in Podium and that it doesn’t come with a large collection of bundled plugins. Once I improve those areas, the price is likely to go up.
…50$ is very cheap considering the amount of work I’ve put into this program.