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Midi updates from pro 9 to pro 11

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I have a license for Sam pro 9. I do have some issues with more advanced midi editing in Sam 9 and I'm interested if progress has been made in midi editing and stability. I'm looking to upgrade to pro 11, but I haven't found much discussion in the way of progress made in the versions release. Anybody have any details about more advanced editing and stability?

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Stability has never been an issue unless you're using the occasional bazaar poorly programmed plugin.

Anyways - a lot of advancements in quantization and score.

Better handling of multi I/O synths and ROMplers

IMO better handling of external synths.

A lot has happened over the years.

You can always download the V11 demo and test it yourself.

Greg

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Stability has never been an issue unless you're using the occasional bazaar poorly programmed plugin.

Anyways - a lot of advancements in quantization and score.

Better handling of multi I/O synths and ROMplers

IMO better handling of external synths.

A lot has happened over the years.

You can always download the V11 demo and test it yourself.

Greg

Thanks, I appreciate the reply..... I've been hoping for easier, I guess what I would term as greater " global " per track types of edits...such as changing all note events to a specific channel.....maybe some sort of script type of edits for randomizing static velocities with-in a range or randomizing timing with in a window. Simple thing like the event list scrolling or event highlighting during play. I'm coming from Cakewalk and the cal scripting that is very old and un supported provides a lot variation and manipulation if used correctly.

I think the per note editing in the midi editor works just fine in Samp 9. I have no issues what so ever when I'm recording with-in Samp. I'm looking to further refine a lot of quite a bit older archived midi files - some 20 years old.

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