How to change velocity on one note in polyphony

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MaxRod
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How to change velocity on one note in polyphony

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Hi,

I recently switch from Cubase to nuendo. So I have one question about the midi edition in key editor.
On Cubase, when I wanted to change a velocity on only one note, I just used shift+ctrl and clicked on the note and move up to increase velocity and moved down to decrease the velocity. And a speaker icon appeared when you used this fonction.
This fonction is very useful when you are working with chords and you just want to edit the velocity of a note in this chord.
I can't find this functionality in nuendo.
Could you please tell me, how to do it?
Thank you very much

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Use List Editor instead. You can then either edit the values directly in the Data 2 column or use the sliding values on the right of the List Editor Window.

Hope this helps.
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Re: How to change velocity on one note in polyphony

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fenderchris wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 4:14 pm
Use List Editor instead. You can then either edit the values directly in the Data 2 column or use the sliding values on the right of the List Editor Window.

Hope this helps.
Thank you for your answer.
That's a pity this function doesn't exist on Nuendo. That's very nice from you to give me a workaround, but that's not very handy and not the faster way to do it! Bad for the workflow.
I find the way to change the velocity in the info bar in key editor. But that's not good too...

Thanks anyway

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