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"Micro Timing" - (hold note & push-turn up/down knob)

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Like on the Analog Rytm, shift notes forward or backward in very small increments. This would be much easier than having to zoom in and out to make a small, quick adjustment to a note's placement.

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    alien_brainalien_brain this side of common sense

    or use the grid. would seem an appropriate use

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    hardwarecorehardwarecore wisconsin

    You are incredibly annoying, so I won't dignify you with any kind of serious response to that. Hopefully you'll catch on and act like an adult, just like everyone else has to do.

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    bracketsbrackets Barcelona

    +1

  • -1
    alien_brainalien_brain this side of common sense

    @hardwarecore said:
    You are incredibly annoying, so I won't dignify you with any kind of serious response to that. Hopefully you'll catch on and act like an adult, just like everyone else has to do.

    ax me do i care wut u thank

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    IcoustikIcoustik Norway

    +1 for micro timing :)

  • -1
    alien_brainalien_brain this side of common sense

    who needs more than 64th notes?

  • 0

    this plus fine note length adjustments using the left right knob would be awesome.

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    alien_brainalien_brain this side of common sense

    ^^^. this guy does

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    DarkRayDarkRay Croatia

    Shifting notes or whole track for 0-15 ms back or forward is essential for getting the right groove. This is one of the best function in ableton live. Especialy if u use some preshifted claps or shakers for example. + 1 for micro timing.

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    alien_brainalien_brain this side of common sense

    ^^^. this guy needs 512th notes! for the groove.

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    LjkLjk Austin Tx USA

    alternatively i just un-quantize the record function.

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