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Old 05-30-2007, 05:50 PM
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Default Slowing down click

when I'm in manual mode on the transport how do I make it do less clicks
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Old 05-30-2007, 06:39 PM
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less clicks as in quarter instead of eighth? or actually slowing the tempo down to a slower bpm?
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Old 05-30-2007, 07:20 PM
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yes quarter notes instead of eights
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Old 05-30-2007, 07:44 PM
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I assume you're using the click plugin there are presets that name different patterns. Rhythm watch quarter note is one of them. I think all the cowbell presets are quarter too.

That plug will follow whatever tempo you've named.
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You can also change the resolution by opening the initial Meter setting for the session and setting the "Click" parameter to the desired setting. (Chapter 23; Reference Guide)

You can also change the resolution by double clicking the song start marker for the session and setting the "Resolution" parameter to the desired setting. (Chapter 14; Reference Guide)
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Yeah they're all correct.

BTW Do any of you guys know an alternative click plugin? Like, a free plugin with different sounds?
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Free? Nope. But the TL Metro plug-in that comes in the TL Utilities bundle is the one I prefer.
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Free? Nope. But the TL Metro plug-in that comes in the TL Utilities bundle is the one I prefer.
$145 for that stupid bundle? Talk about overcharging... They can keep their stupid utility plugins and shove them.

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I would check ebay. I don't know where you found that price, but TL Metro on ebay is $19.99 here
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I would check ebay. I don't know where you found that price, but TL Metro on ebay is $19.99 here
Where I found the price? Take a guess. digidesign.com...
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