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Old 09-03-2004, 01:42 PM
Zenunave Zenunave is offline
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Default MIDI quantize

Hello, I'm trying to quantize a Mozart piano sonata (K330) so that each note ends at the exact start of the following note. Is there a trick to doing this or do I have to systematically go through the different parts of the sonata and quantize individual groups of notes or even single notes at a time?
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Old 09-03-2004, 02:57 PM
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Default Re: MIDI quantize

If you want to quantize on a dime, in the quantize window 'include within' and 'strength' should be 100% and the others zero. Make sure you have attacks and releases enabled. Remember if any note is 50% or more to being off, it will be quantized to the nearest 8th or 16th note depending on your setting, and you'll have to go through and manually fix those notes.
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