quantising to 16th triplets in logic...?

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  1. alz

    alz compress to impress

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    is there a programme (drum machine) i can buy that will do this? because there isn't anything inside logic that i know of. i knooooow i can do it by dragging or playing the samples by midi but its much more of a ballache than just quantising.
     
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    are you wanting to quantize midi notes?
    if so theres a quatize function built in
     
  3. alz

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    yeh midi notes or drum pattern via ultrabeat, neither of them do it..
     
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    Select drum layer, go to top left of screen, select quantise/quantisation (whatever it is), select 1/16, simples :)
     
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    yeh, there's a massive difference between 16th and 16th triplets, ill try what you said felun, but i don't think it'll work.
     
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    Logic goes about it kind of weird, quantize to 1/24th and that should sort you out :)
     
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    yeh that's the one tm! nicely done, cheers.