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Old 09-04-2009, 01:41 AM
barlevy barlevy is offline
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Default MIDI Quantize

so i made a drum track and quantize it to 1/8 in real time properties

now , i want in a place or two in the song to add 1/16 beat

if i change the real time properties to 1/16 everything done previously will move...

what's the correct way to do this ?

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Old 09-04-2009, 02:09 AM
flommer flommer is offline
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Default Re: MIDI Quantize

Instead of realtime properties, select what you want to quantize

then right click>event operations>quantize

This will actually move the notes, not like realtime properties which is kind of like a filter that you can turn on or off..

Once, you've done that, you're free to add anything, anywhere you want without it being "filtered" by the realtime properties..
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