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    In FL Studio... How do I copy or select a group of notes Piano Roll ?

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    How do I copy or select a group of notes Piano Roll ?

    I tried selecting all the notes and holding down Ctrl
    & also tried Holding down Ctrl and selecting all the notes, but doesn't work.

    Thanks !
    Last edited by Alonex Tsismuajxeem; 01-09-2014 at 02:40 PM.

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    Nevermind, i got it.

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    i believe u just hold down control to select, them hold shift to drag and copy.

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    FL Studio 11
    in Piano roll,

    To move a group of notes:
    click the SELECT tool,
    draw a square/rectangle around the notes you want to move.
    Switch to the PENCIL tool
    Place cursor over the high lighted notes 'til it turns to a 4 way cursor
    Left click and drag up/down/left/right

    To copy and move a group of notes:
    click the SELECT tool,
    draw a square/rectangle around the notes you want to move.
    Switch to the PENCIL tool
    Place cursor over the high lighted notes 'til it turns to a 4 way cursor

    Hold down SHIFT and Left click and drag
    Release SHIFT to place them up/down/left/right

    - that's it, sorry, i don't know any shortcut keys yet

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