The Mixcraft piano roll and MIDI editor is one of the fastest and easiest MIDI editing tools available. This page explores some of the new enhancements and improvements.
The new paint brush tool allows you to quickly change note lengths when adding new notes to the piano roll. Instead of adding notes with a prearranged duration, the paint brush allows you to click and then adjust the note length, kind of like painting. To add another note with previous note duration, simply click the mouse down and release.
If you want to enter MIDI notes and build patterns one note at a time, this feature is for you. Play single notes or chords per step. Use the computer keys or mouse to position the cursor and choose the note duration. If you make a mistake, undo it! MIDI Step Recording was a highly requested feature by Mixcraft users.
Learn more about Mixcraft 9's new features. In this video, Mitchell Sigman takes us through a short overview of many of the new features found in Mixcraft 9. Learn about curved automation, pitch and tempo automation, detachable/dock-able interfaces, vocoder tracks, audio/MIDI/LFO controllers, enhanced MIDI editing, and more.