I set the path to qws.exe as my editor and its not opening the midi
items its only open the piano roll. Maybe it has to be a media item I
will try that.

On 4/9/18, Juan Pablo Bello <juanpisj...@gmail.com> wrote:
> back to the same argument i posted a few weeks back. its true that qws
> makes editing  easier, but not necessarily better at working with midi
> (especially regarding regular, standard midi markers and when you have
> a few bars of a time change to odd time signatures like 5/8), nor does
> it allow you to select all notes with same pitch (useful when working
> with drumkits for example)--yes you can use the note split but that is
> a bit of an extra step, but anyway
>
> I think I have been able to do everything I wish with midi using
> reaper. This also includes things like the modal transpositoin tool,
> editing of single notes, their pitch position and velocity, Sometimes
> its more involved but its just as possible, even sighted folks find
> the curve a bit steep but its worth it, quantization is a bit more
> sensible and humanization is better, its just a matter of creating a
> workflow.
> Regarding setting qws as an external editor
> from the manual:
> "You can specify up to two third party programs (such as Adobe
> Audition, Audacity, Wavosaur or Sound Forge) which you wish to
> integrate with REAPER for editing your media items. To do this:
> 1. Choose the Options, Preferences command, then External Editors.
> 2. Click on the Add button
> 3. Use the Browse buttons (shown right) to identify and select your
> preferred wave editor or editors.
> 4. Click on OK, then OK to close the Preferences window.
> Notice that you can specify different editors for different file
> types, e.g. WAV, or MP3.
> To use your external wave editor:
> There are two main ways you can access your preferred external editing
> program from within REAPER:
> Select the media item and press Ctrl Alt E.
> Within a REAPER project, right click over the media item that you wish
> to edit. From the menu, choose either Open Items in editor then, from
> the sub-menu, select either the option to open the item itself or to
> open a copy of the item.
> Unlike versions of REAPER earlier than 4.0, by default double-clicking
> on an audio media item will no longer open it with your primary
> editor. This behavior can be changed thru the Preferences, Editing
> Behavior, Mouse Modifiers page if you wish. This topic is covered in
> Chapter 15.
> If the external editor works destructively on your files then the
> safer option is to open a copy. This copy will then be inserted into
> your track when you save it, close the editor and return to REAPER."
>
> this action is bound by default to control shift E. SO you can select
> your midi item you want to edit, then press that and reaper will open
> a copy, then save it in qws and when you close qws it will be shown as
> a new take .
>
> 2018-04-09 12:43 GMT-05:00, seth hurst <hurstseth...@gmail.com>:
>> I might have reaper be the vst host for qws and then export the midi
>> right into reaper.
>>
>> On 4/9/18, Nicole Massey <ny...@gypsyheir.com> wrote:
>>> That would be because QWS does a far better job of dealing with MIDI.
>>> It's
>>> not perfect, especially in the editors, (Note, Control, and Sysex) but
>>> it's
>>> better than Reaper does, and it's a more logical workflow, so someone
>>> with
>>> some facility with QWS can get things done a lot faster.
>>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: mai...@andrelouis.com [mailto:mai...@andrelouis.com] On Behalf Of
>>> Juan
>>> Pablo Bello
>>> Sent: Monday, April 09, 2018 11:17 AM
>>> To: QWS list <qws@AndreLouis.COM>
>>> Subject: Re: QWS List Using qws and reaper
>>>
>>> well, why not use reaper's step recording from reaper or record midi
>>> just
>>> inside reaper?
>>> pairing both is sort of .. redundant, unless you configure qws to be an
>>> external editor.
>>>
>>> 2018-04-09 6:53 GMT-05:00, seth hurst <hurstseth...@gmail.com>:
>>>> I would like to use the note editor to place midi in reaper.
>>>>
>>>> On 4/8/18, Nicole Massey <ny...@gypsyheir.com> wrote:
>>>>> Yes, Gordon Kent has done it, though I don't know the specifics. It
>>>>> seems to be a good pairing, though until one of the programs figures
>>>>> out a better way to handle NRPN values it's still not perfect. (That
>>>>> said, not many programs do that well, though I've got a good way it
>>>>> could be done)
>>>>>
>>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>>> From: mai...@andrelouis.com [mailto:mai...@andrelouis.com] On Behalf
>>>>> Of seth hurst
>>>>> Sent: Sunday, April 08, 2018 7:01 PM
>>>>> To: QWS list <qws@AndreLouis.COM>
>>>>> Subject: QWS List Using qws and reaper
>>>>>
>>>>> Hello is it possible to use qws along side reaper? Has this been done
>>>>> befor?
>>>>>
>>>>> --
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