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I've been having this issue with my drum grid when trying to humanize my drums. I've seen videos on youtube where guys will use varyvel and quantize to quickly humanize their drums, but when I follow this same process, my drum grid gets flooded with random extra notes all over the place. Certain notes disappear as well. Even when I try to do this a measure at a time, or even one piece of the drum kit a measure at a time, this happens. Can anyone explain why this happens and what can be done about it? I haven't been able to find an answer to this anywhere else.
TLDR: Is there a way to automatically correct pitch and timing errors in recordings using a midi or audio track? Hi there, New to the forum so please forgive me if I placed it in the wrong category. Long introduction: I used Sonar Cakewalk In the days of Windows 3.1 I had a copy and used it to write sheet music. I never used any other functionalities back then. Bought a new copy a year before it became a free product but hardly use it. Audacity gives me a quick and dirty solution. However I want to go beyond and started to use Cakewalk by Bandlab but when time is of a essence I fall back to Audacity. I'm looking for a functionality that might already be there and I don't know how to look for it or it doesn't exist at all. I conduct choirs. During Covid we are not allowed to practice. So I ask the choir members to sing and send the files to me. This works good enough for the rehearsals. However I want to make audio files that are nice to listen to and not just for rehearsals. So one of the things I would like to do is make sure everyone sings the right notes, starts and ends on the same time. This is not the easiest tasks when you are not singing together even when we use a clicktrack. The question: Is there a way to automatically correct a recording; timing and pitch using either a midi file or another correct track? I know about Melodyne. But to be honest the quality of the recordings is already good enough that it is not worth the time to correct it that way. However if there is a way to automatically correct it using another file (midi, audio or another type) it will be worth to invest that kind of time. Or should I ask: How can I easily correct multiple recordings easily; pitch and timing/duration corrections, in the least amount of time. I'm lazy you see 😀 p.s. It's mostly corrections of the timing. Something that happens automatically when you are singing together and look at the conductor 😉. Kind regards, AJvdN
Hello, I am trying to draw in volume changes (volume automation) on a MIDI track track that's outputting to an external hardware synth. It's working but the points I can draw are being quantised in time to half a beat (1/8 of a bar). I would like the quantisation to be finer. Anyone know how to control this? Thanks!