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  • Xofadea
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    Joined: Aug 25th, 2006, 08:12
    triplet drum fills in four four time
    Steve, is there a quick way to programm the above? The onl;y way I've found is to try and create a small region with the time change, and I never get it right without fiddling. I'm sure there's an easier way, I just haven't worked it out. Thansk for your time. Peter North. PS> I'm surscribing to TNT 1 & 2 + your masterclass. Fantastic shortcuts! That's why I thought you'd have a solution to this. All the best, thansk again. Peter North.
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  • tips N tricks
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    Joined: Jan 31st, 2008, 08:45
    Re: triplet drum fills in four four time
    I'm new to the site so I'm not sure if your looking for an answer specifically from Steve.....but I work 95% of the time in 4/4 and I use UltraBeat's step sequencer for fills of this nature.
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  • Doug
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    Joined: Sep 15th, 2007, 06:53
    Re: triplet drum fills in four four time
    [quote:2083]Steve, is there a quick way to programm the above? The onl;y way I've found is to try and create a small region with the time change, and I never get it right without fiddling. I'm sure there's an easier way, I just haven't worked it out. Thansk for your time. Peter North. [/quote] I'll bet there are other ways (like use a 12 or 24 grid and just place them) but... -record 3 sixteenth notes in a region -trim the region to the beginning of where the 4th sixteenth note would be -stretch the resulting region to be a quarter note in length the notes will now be triplets it's kind of magical
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  • Revo
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    Joined: Nov 9th, 2006, 03:49
    Re: triplet drum fills in four four time
    [quote:25063]I'll bet there are other ways (like use a 12 or 24 grid and just place them) but... -record 3 sixteenth notes in a region -trim the region to the beginning of where the 4th sixteenth note would be -stretch the resulting region to be a quarter note in length the notes will now be triplets it's kind of magical[/quote] magical indeed! haha
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