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  • Sywuzue
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    Joined: Feb 10th, 2007, 02:51
    Logic Pro X - Is Score WYSIWYG?
    Hello, For the first time I am composing a piece using the Logic Pro X Score notation. (Usually, I use Sibelius.) As you know, it is possible to change the quantization and make the score look a certain way. BUT, Logic still plays back a "non-destructive" MIDI version that does not necessarily exactly follow the look of the notation. For example, I can use different quantization grids for the score that do not sound like the MIDI playback. So, is there a function that will edit the music according to changes made in the score? Is there a way to "destructively" edit the MIDI playback to match (and confirm) the notation? How can I insure that what I see is what I get? Thanks.
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  • GaryHiebner
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    Joined: May 6th, 2007, 12:54
    Re: Logic Pro X - Is Score WYSIWYG?
    Hi FlexP. What do you want to 'destructively-edit' in the MIDI playback? The notation will only change if you edit the MIDI notes to the point that the score needs to change.
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