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Is there a function or method of moving a set of midi notes to their individual end note positions in Logic Pro X?

Ie. midi note A with length 10 should be moved to its end position (11), and midi note B with length 5 should be moved to its end position (6).

What I want to achieve is basically to have a midi note in the position of every keyboard release/lift. Keeping each note’s original length is not important.

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  • I don't use Logic, but it has a Transform page similar to that in Cubase, so.. the workflow would be "for all note-off, generate note-on with position +1, duration unchanged". As many instruments don't really use note off, you may find you need to use note-on=0 & impose a fixed velocity to the output.
    – Tetsujin
    Commented Mar 12, 2018 at 7:28
  • @Tetsujin man, that sounds exactly like what I want, but I’ve had no luck trying to get it to work in the midi transform feature. I will continue though…
    – Simon
    Commented Mar 12, 2018 at 19:51
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    Not something I've ever tried before, but just tested in Cubase. It was simpler than I first thought - 'Filter target - all notes; Action target - Position, Add length, then Position, add 0.0.0.1... then Transform'. Done. So, in effect I move the notes as-is, so all other data stays as original, inc velocities etc. i.sstatic.net/46hYZ.png
    – Tetsujin
    Commented Mar 12, 2018 at 20:06
  • It might be possible to use the MIDI Scripter to change your MIDI messages in real-time, with some JavaScript code. You could then even record from one track to another using the environment. Not quite sure how all this would be done, but I’ll have a think...! Commented Jun 10, 2021 at 23:23
  • You could do the process @Tetsujin describes, create a MIDI ON whenever a MIDI OFF is read. And bypass the MIDI on messages. Commented Jun 10, 2021 at 23:30

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It sounds to me like you want each chord/note to perfectly connect to the next chord/note. In order to do this, select your notes or chords in the MIDI editor, then press Shift + Backslash.

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