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Old 08-09-2001, 08:07 PM
moodswing moodswing is offline
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Default best way to record drum patterns

one difficulty im having is playing a 4 measure bass drum pattern and my ability to repeat X amount of times right on the beat. I know you cant quantize audio. Whats the best way of accomplishing repeating patterns?
ive tried using grid, shuffle to pinpoint where the beat comes back and i never get it right on the beat. Any ideas, and i still am looking to hire someone....
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