This command moves the speciﬁed measures of
performance data to another measure.
When you execute the Move Measure command, the
performance data following the move-source measures will
move forward by the corresponding number of measures,
and the performance data following the move-destination
will move backward (i.e., later in the song) by the same
number of measures.
1. In From: Track select the move source track.
(By default, this will be the track you selected in Track
If All Tracks is unchecked, only data from the selected track
will be moved.
If you check All Tracks, musical data of all tracks, including
the master track will be moved.
2. In From Measure and To End of Measure, specify the
range of measures that will be moved.
(By default, From Measure and To End of Measure will be
the range that you speciﬁed in the Track Edit page.)
3. In To: Track (if All Tracks is unchecked) to specify the
move-destination track, and Measure to specify the
measure at which the data will be inserted.
Note: If you move performance data to a later point in the
same track, the move-source measures will be moved to the
point that precedes the speciﬁed move-destination measure.
The data located in the move-destination measure will be
moved toward the beginning of the song by the number of
measures that were moved.
Moving the performance data of measures 1–2 (From: Track 01, From Measure: 001,
To End of Measure: 002) to measure 5 of the same track (To: Track 01, Measure: 005).
Sequencer: Menu Command Move Measure
Create Control Data
This command creates the speciﬁed type of data (control
change, aftertouch, pitch bend, or tempo) in the selected
region of a track.
1. In Track Select, select the MIDI track on which you
wish to perform the Create Control Data command.
If you wish to modify tempo data, select Master Track as the
track. In this case, the step 4 item Kind will be set to Tempo.
2. Select "Create Ctrl Data" to open the dialog box.
3. Specify the range into which the control data will be
In From Measure and To End of Measure, specify the
measures, and in Beat.Tick, specify the beat and clock. (By
default, From Measure and To End of Measure will be set to
the range you speciﬁed in the Track Edit page.)
4. Set "Kind" to the type of musical data (event) that you
wish to create.
Control change: Control change data will be inserted. In this
case, use "#" to specify the control change number.
After Touch: Aftertouch data will be inserted.
Pitch Bend: Pitch bend data will be inserted.
Tempo: Tempo data will be inserted (if you've selected the
5. In Start Value, select the starting value of the control
data. In End Value, select the ending value of the con-
By default, the Start Value will be set to the value of the
existing data at the start location. If you wish to create
control data that changes smoothly from the starting
location, you can leave the Start Value unchanged, and set
only the End Value.
Example: The controller is aftertouch. Starting location is 3:48, ending location is 4:24, and
end value is set to 100. This will cause the aftertouch value to begin changing
from 3:48, and reach a value of 100 at 4:24.
When you execute Create Control Data, a large amount
of sequencer memory will be consumed. For this reason
it may not be possible to execute this command if there
is a limited amount of memory remaining. In such
cases, ﬁrst use Quantize to quantize the data and
remove unnecessary control data. Alternatively, you
could quantize the data that was inserted by the Create
Control Data command.