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Old 03-28-2019, 04:46 PM
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Default Click subdivision change mid-track

Hi guys, planning a live recording this weekend, typical 5 piece band plus a live loop. I'd like the click to be subdivided to 16ths (it's a slow tempo) for the first eight bars or so, and then change to 8ths or quarters later on.

Can I automate this as I would any other plugin?

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Old 03-28-2019, 05:22 PM
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Default Re: Click subdivision change mid-track

How about two click tracks and automate volume?
Mute automation may be better option.
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Default Click subdivision change mid-track

Learn to use the conductor and rulers. Tempo ruler for tempo changes. Meter ruler for meter and click resolution changes.


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Learn to use the conductor and rulers. Tempo ruler for tempo changes. Meter ruler for meter and click resolution changes.
Way better answer - had forgotten about the meter ruler and follow meter option in click.
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Thanks guys!!

Will check that out. I've used the rulers to change tempos and time signatures often, but never a click subdivision.
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