I was in the Piano Editor for one region and copied some notes to paste into another region. The playhead was in the right place, the Piano Editor was open to the right destination region and selected so it's highlighted and pressing CmdV pastes another region.
Command Shift V is for "paste replace". You didn't mention that you were replacing notes in the Piano Roll, just that you wanted to paste them in.Why, in God's name, does every other Apple program paste with CmdV but in Logic you have to do Cmd-Shift V for 'paste in place'.
Were you by any chance working with an alias?Thanks both of you. Eli, that's the first thing I thought of and I did it 4 times. I made SURE the Piano Editor was 'active'. I had added notes to a region and wanted to add them to its 'twin'.
Is it possible you inadvertently had that region loop enabled in the region parameter box?Another oddity I ran into was when I 'OptionDrag' copied a region and it made about 8 copies of it pasted end-to-end - all in one region. Each 'copy' was dimmed, yet I had to cut them apart from the non-dimmed one before I could delete them. I then 'OptionDrag' copied other regions with no problem only to return to the problematic one and it did it again.
What MIDI channel is the actual instrument channel strip set to? If you are using a software instrument, it is most likely se to "all". Try setting it to match the channel of the note you want the volume to affect. You set this in the Instrument parameters (might be called Channel Strip parameters in the manual). It is, among other places, available in the middle section of the Inspector on the left of the Arrange Window.The manual says: "To set the MIDI Channel
Choose a channel number from the View > Hyper Draw > Channel submenu.
The chosen channel number is also displayed alongside the event type."
Yep. Did that, but it still controls all three notes.