Cubase Logical Editor

02-03-2020
Most of the time you will perform your MIDI editing graphically in one of the MIDI editors. But there are times when you want more of a “search and replace” function on MIDI data, and that’s where the Logical Editor comes in.

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Cubase Logical Editor

Store your presets here:
WIN:
c:\Users\%USER%\AppData\Roaming\Steinberg\Cubase 10_64\Presets\Logical Edit\

Select every second note

Select Every Second Note.xml

The title is pretty self explanatory.

Select Every Second Note

Change 2/D-2 to 3/D-2 to select every 3rd note.

Select notes based on velocity

Select Notes Based On Velocity.xml

Select notes that has biger or smaller velocity than some value.

Select Notes Based On Velocity

Value 2 is the velocity in Logical Editor, change Parameter 1 or condition to fit to your needs.

Select muted notes

Select Muted Notes.xml

The title is pretty self explanatory.

Select Muted Notes


Project Logical Editor

The same as MIDI logical editor, but in Project Context. Store your presets here:
WIN:
c:\Users\admin\AppData\Roaming\Steinberg\Cubase 10_64\Presets\Project Logical Editor\

Rename Selected Tracks

Rename Selected Tracks.xml

The title is pretty self explanatory.

Rename Selected Tracks

Use Parameter 1 in the lower field to set the necessary name.

Change Color of Selected Tracks

Change Selected Tracks Color.xml

The title is pretty self explanatory.

Change Color of Selected Tracks

Use Parameter 1 to get necessary color.
If you want to set the track color to default, leave Parameter 1 empty. If you will select some color, you won't be able to delete it (bug), so just remove the action and add it again.
Also you can modify the preset to set colors based on track name or type. And there is "Media Type Is" - "All types" to apply to all tracks.

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