I recorded some notes through an external keyboard and found that notes are faster than the tempo. Can I adjust it to the bar? Of course, I can do it manually, but it's time-consuming. So, I am wondering if Studio One has the function.
Another question is how to move the notes at once when I fix the length of the notes? I attach the screenshots for a better understanding. (I don't know why the order of the screenshots are messy, but the order is 3, 2, 1. The last one should come to the first, and the first one should come to the last)
1) Created some notes
2) Changed the length of the notes
3) Adjust the notes
If I have many of them, it is also time-consuming.
Please let me know if there is a function in Studio One.
Last edited by jeany on Mon Oct 14, 2019 8:10 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Can you play the notes like you want them?
They should sound just like you played them.
What are you playing to? click track?
You should put your specs in your signature.
Tacman7 wroteCan you play the notes like you want them?
Yes, I can play the notes I want. The thing is that my mind was too hurry and lost the tempo, and I am gonna fix it. I am playing synth for vocal with the electric rhythm guitar part.
My apologies for the spec.
Asus laptop 6th gen
i7 6700HQ 2.6ghz~3.1ghz
C: SSD 128GB
D: HHD 1TB 7200rpm
So I would say play it again would be the easiest way to correct it.
In Cubase's logical editor there's a preset for double tempo and half tempo that might be what you're looking for.
But that's in Cubase.
Studio One doesn't offer the capabilities of Cubase when it comes to midi.
https://www.soundonsound.com/techniques ... tor-window
Tacman7 wroteSo I would say play it again would be the easiest way to correct it.
I see. Thanks for the reply.
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