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Question: Hey how to over-right new MIDI notes into older ones? Let's say I have a chord progression, but then I copied another melodies (notes) and pasted into that chord progression. Currently there will be two notes, one above another. But instead of this, I want to replace all duplicate notes with my new pasted notes. How can we do this in REAPER?
Asked by Food (122.176.10.x) on July 30 2022, 5:03pm
Reply on August 1 2022, 3:58am:
    Use MIDI touch-replace recording?

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