I am a new member to this community, and have no experience with MIDI whatsoever (I just have the cable and the raw MIDI files, and don't know how to utilize them).
I am a pianist who has recorded using MIDI several tracks using an 88 key piano. These are mostly accompaniments to concertos, and so they are long and often require a high deal of concentration. I do not want to re-record the tracks every time I make a mistake, especially if it is near the end.
The MIDI files contain mistake notes here and there. But of course, as they are MIDI-based, changing specific notes should be no problem. I just don't know how to do it.
So, my question is, how do I change a mistake note into the "correct" note? This means all dynamics and duration of the note remain the same, just the key would be different.
What would be the best software to modify MIDI files in this fashion? If someone is also familiar with the recommended software, may you briefly go over the steps on how to change specific notes in MIDI?
I am not that tech savvy, so please help!