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I wanted to add triplets to the song, so I went into the piano roll and changed the quantization to 1/12 to write that specific measure. Afterwards I went to another track, that I want to keep in normal 1/16 quantization, and tried to place a few notes. The notes were not aligning with the bars and seemed to cut short from the end of the bar if I moved them manually. Is there a way to fix this?
HypnoticBass wrote:
Wed Nov 07, 2018 5:37 pm
triplets and normal 1/16 quantization::notes not aligning with bars , fix
Triplets are indeed best made in Q 1/12, and that Q does also not fit the 'std' whole-note sequence, but in LMMS the notes will not move, when you change quantization Q, so your triplets will still stay in the 1/12 grid, even if you change quantization.
Your triplets will look odd in a grid for 1/16 quantization, and your 1/16 odd in the 1/2 grid, but they will still be correct!
So you can just change the Q as you want in any piano-roll. No previous places notes moves.

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Its not the triplets that are off, its the regular notes AFTER I switch back to regular quantization. Sorry for the lack of clarity.
HypnoticBass wrote:
Fri Nov 09, 2018 12:45 am
Its not the triplets that are off, its the regular notes AFTER I switch back to regular quantization. Sorry for the lack of clarity.
Yes, in other piano-rolls, where you first used f.i. 1/16, those notes will appear to be off, and ofcause they are 'off', in relation to the 1/12 grid -Ofcause they are, they cant not be, but they will be perfectly aligned to your 'normal' grid, when you then manually switch Q to 1/16, and you have to. LMMS does not do that automatically for you

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