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Hi,

I've run into this problem today and I'm not really sure how I'm to proceed. I've already tried the manual but found nothing so far. I have a piano on a midi/audio combined track. So what I "see" are the midi notes....anyway, i'd like to EQ just this little part of it........but in the midi object editor I can't find such an option. On audio tracks I've never had problems adding effects to single objects, but now i'm clueless about what to do. Is the only solution to record the midi to audio and then apply the effect to the audio part ?

Cheers

Belf

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If you are using a VSTi Piano (for example the VITA piano) you can use the track EQ together with automation - then you don't have to freeze/bounce the MIDI to audio. But if it is an external MIDI sound module you have to record the audio signal first.

If you want to use the object EQ for the VSTi piano parts, you can also freeze the individual MIDI object to audio (MIDI object freeze command).

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If you are using a VSTi Piano (for example the VITA piano) you can use the track EQ together with automation - then you don't have to freeze/bounce the MIDI to audio. But if it is an external MIDI sound module you have to record the audio signal first.

If you want to use the object EQ for the VSTi piano parts, you can also freeze the individual MIDI object to audio (MIDI object freeze command).

Thanks, midi object freeze was what I'd been searching for :P

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