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In the midi editor there is a function that allows for shuffling (permuting) the selected notes - that is very handy. But is there also a function somewhere for shuffling the timing as well but keeping the notes in order?

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by Tacman7 on Sun May 31, 2020 7:05 am
Humanize can change the start time of notes and or their velocities.

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by gregh on Sun May 31, 2020 11:38 am
yes, thanks I am wanting something quite different
- perhaps I should say shuffle the rhythm so that say a selection that goes
1/4 1/4 1/8 1/8 gets shuffled and becomes
1/8 1/4 1/4 1/8 or 1/4 1/8 1/4 1/8 or whatever

- same timing units just randomly reordered
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by Lokeyfly on Tue Jun 02, 2020 11:42 am
gregh wroteIn the midi editor there is a function that allows for shuffling (permuting) the selected notes - that is very handy. But is there also a function somewhere for shuffling the timing as well but keeping the notes in order?

thanks

Sure, in the note editor, highlight the notes you want to randomize.
Next, at the top of the editor, select "Action".
Select "Randomize notes" (under "Processes").
You will then get a dialogue box with different fields with choices for range and strength for independent settings of Pitch, Velocity, and note length. There are a few additional choices there you can check off as needed. Pretty sure you can maintain note order, for what it is you might be doing. Most likely, just don't select pitch as part of the randomization.

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by gregh on Tue Jun 02, 2020 2:30 pm
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This is what I am after - first bar changed to second bar
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Lokeyfly wrote
gregh wroteIn the midi editor there is a function that allows for shuffling (permuting) the selected notes - that is very handy. But is there also a function somewhere for shuffling the timing as well but keeping the notes in order?

thanks

Sure, in the note editor, highlight the notes you want to randomize.
Next, at the top of the editor, select "Action".
Select "Randomize notes" (under "Processes").
You will then get a dialogue box with different fields with choices for range and strength for independent settings of Pitch, Velocity, and note length. There are a few additional choices there you can check off as needed. Pretty sure you can maintain note order, for what it is you might be doing. Most likely, just don't select pitch as part of the randomization.



Thanks, I dont' think that works for rhythm although it is a great utility. I shall keep trying for a bit and get back with the settings if I figure it out.

This is what I am after - first bar changed to second bar

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