Warp Markers to Tempo

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montrealbreaks
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Post by montrealbreaks » Thu Sep 08, 2005 1:04 am

LiveLong wrote:Yes, and groove template also. You chose one loop you like, have the grid stretch and not the audio :arrow: What ever you play now will have the loop's quantize feel.

All this shit is in Logic. I will try that in rewire. Tempo map from Logic and audio stretch from Live.
It will work only for tempo changes, not for groove quantize, as the quantize is timing changes for the notes/audio inside Logic, and have no effect on the tempo.

Again. I am not sure the tempo map/rewire sync is fast enough for repetitive "quantize like" groove feel.

I did not check yet, is all quantize in Live for clip launch and midi only :?: what about triplets etc..
C'mon Abes... I won't stop bumping until it's implemented.

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Post by montrealbreaks » Tue Oct 04, 2005 8:15 pm

Told ya I wouldn't stop. Bump.


We need GROOVE TEMPLATE CAPTURE AND GROOVE QUANTIZATION!

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Post by montrealbreaks » Sat Nov 19, 2005 7:07 am

montrealbreaks wrote:Told ya I wouldn't stop. Bump.


We need GROOVE TEMPLATE CAPTURE AND GROOVE QUANTIZATION!
Bump.

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Post by cbit » Sat Nov 26, 2005 11:29 am

Was hoping live had something like this already. i add another request for 'extract tempo map from warp markers' :)
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Post by rachmanoff » Mon Mar 13, 2006 10:18 pm

big BUMP! :mrgreen:

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