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MIDI effects control how MIDI is played and can also be used creatively, depending on the MIDI effect you apply to a MIDI track. When used as an insert, MIDI events pass through the MIDI effect, which transforms the events played at the MIDI output port of the track in which it's inserted. When used as a send effect, MIDI events still pass through the MIDI effect, but you can also send the output of the MIDI effect to another MIDI output port and/or MIDI channel. This gives you a great tool to create new MIDI events that can add interesting effects to your original content.
All the steps in the following sections describing how to use an effect assume that you have already assigned the effect to a MIDI track's insert or send effect and have configured the MIDI output appropriately (if using a send effect).
These effects have been grouped into two categories: the event creation effects and the event modifying effects.
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