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PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2005 3:52 am 
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I've really had a problem of late syncronizing a midi sequenced bass track and a midi drum guide sequence. I tried hand playing the controller to sync both together but soon it was obvious that the timing with the metronome was off towards the middle of the song. An unusually slow beat of 64 BPM is especially hard to play along with a metronome. The solution was to use the quantizing feature of the sequencer (yamaha ES) to set the notes dead on time no matter how sloppy I played. Buy using the wave edit (move) I then could set the timing dead on to the 4416's metronome. Now both guide tracks line up and stay that way. This also works on the 16G.

I keep forgetting how handy a quantizer is sometimes.


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the synth ho speaks!

but how do you get your brain to care about such minutia (detail) in the first place.

why can't it just sound right...!


(just loudly trying to out how to make quatum leap from wood + strings + natural vibration to digital approximation.

stil a brain scratch for me - even though i taught a MIDI class.


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mcnewsxp wrote:
but how do you get your brain to care about such minutia (detail) in the first place.



I really don't until about the middle of the song when I get lost .

Set yer metronome to 64 BPM and play along........you'll see what I mean. :lol: :lol:

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myself, i would set the BPM to 128 and RECORD at 64. i've always found this easier for me.

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