AnsweredPiano Roll Midi

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2018/10/11 23:31:53 (permalink)

Piano Roll Midi

Is there a way to take my midi within the Piano Roll view and snap it to the bar to make it "on time"?
 
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Re: Piano Roll Midi 2018/10/12 00:25:31 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby johndavidross 2018/10/12 00:59:11
Do you know quantize?

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Re: Piano Roll Midi 2018/10/12 00:59:05 (permalink)
I didn't realize that quantize works with midi too. I've only ever used it with acoustic drums. Thanks!

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Re: Piano Roll Midi 2018/10/12 02:41:00 (permalink)
Hi John, 
YES!  Quantize is really quite nice on the MIDI side of things.
And you can try "groove quantize" also.  
 

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Re: Piano Roll Midi 2018/10/13 05:00:12 (permalink)
johndavidross
I didn't realize that quantize works with midi too.

 
Man, that makes me feel old. 
 
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Re: Piano Roll Midi 2018/10/13 20:20:03 (permalink)
I hear you Brundle!  I only knew it to work with midi at first... the augment to audio was years later.  (I recall first seeing it in Voyetra Sequencer from the 80's - ha!)
 
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Re: Piano Roll Midi 2018/10/13 21:03:28 (permalink)
You can also ctrl+A the notes and drag everything to a specified point. Using 'Snap To' helps with this but requires click-dragging on the first note in the series.
 
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