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Notes longer than 1 bar in Step Mode?

Discussion in 'MASCHINE Area' started by astronaut, Dec 25, 2012.

  1. astronaut

    astronaut Forum Member

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    greets

    does anyone know if there is a way to enter notes longer than 1 bar in Step Mode? (without using the mouse)
     
  2. marzy

    marzy NI Product Owner

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    Not that i know of. Needs to be added if not. You can always select events and change the note length as of 1.7 at least. While I'm at it, being able to zoom out more than 16 bars would be nice :)
     
  3. astronaut

    astronaut Forum Member

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    You mean in Select mode?
     
  4. marzy

    marzy NI Product Owner

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    yeap through the hardware. better than nothing i suppose
     
  5. astronaut

    astronaut Forum Member

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    ok

    Select allows you to select all events of a pad, but where do I go to adjust the length of the selected notes?
     
  6. 73*

    73* Forum Member

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    Knob 5 or 6, don't have Maschine plugged in an running right now.

    It will likely say "Length (Multi)" or something similar. If you are wanting to make all the lengths the same it works best to first shorten everything to the shortest length (set by the grid). Then lengthen to your desired note length (which again can be set by the grid settings). This actually works very well, not quite as well in Cubase, but it is a very efficient way to quantize the length of all the selected notes.
     
  7. astronaut

    astronaut Forum Member

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    I've got a mikro maschine.
     
  8. marzy

    marzy NI Product Owner

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    I also got it wrong, it's version 1.8 or whatever we're on that has the note length from hardware, I was on 1.72 over the hols without it.

    73 pretty much explained it! any luck>