Sweep For Channels Present In A Track dialog box
How to get there
- Choose File > Open and click MIDI File.
- Double-click the name
of a MIDI file you want to transcribe.
- In the Import MIDI File Options
dialog box, click the Set Track-to-Staff List radio button.
- Click Sweep.
What it does
This dialog box is a reference feature;
it helps you identify the
you’re transcribing by showing you which MIDI channels contain recorded
Track. Enter the number of the sequencer track you want to scan
for information in this text box.
On/Key Off. When you click Sweep, Finale places an X in this row
for each MIDI channel in which you recorded notes (Finale searches for
"note on" and "note off" data).
• Patch Change • Pitch Wheel. When you click Sweep, Finale places
an X in these rows for each MIDI channel in which you recorded MIDI controller
(pedaling, for example), patch change, and pitch wheel information, respectively.
Click this button to tell Finale to display an X in the column for each
MIDI channel number in which one of the four data types was recorded on
the specified track. This process has no effect on your data; it’s strictly
an indicator to help you identify the track you’re working with.
Click this button to return to the Track/Channel Mapping to Staves dialog
Import MIDI File