help me!!! :(

Discussion in 'Sequencing Hardware' started by shaddy, Jul 11, 2004.

  1. shaddy

    shaddy New Member

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    hey,
    im kinda new to fruity loops and im still playing around with stuff. but i ran into a problem......is there a way to just speed up a patern without speeding up the whole entire song? cuz i wanna have a fast drum roll, but i cant figure out how to do it without messing with the rest of the song. any help would be greatly appreciated. thanx.
  2. Graeme

    Graeme New Member

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    Well... no, not really. There's no way you can 'speed up' one channel of a midi track relative to all the others - that wouldn't make any sense at all.

    If you want more notes, then you'll have to program them into the number of bars required. That's the way it works.
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    Zandro New Member

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    There is an option in Cakewalk to shorten the duration and/or start times of selected notes. Perhaps you could find another program to do the same if you do not have Cakewalk on hand.
  4. shaddy

    shaddy New Member

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    but ive heard other songs where they have crazy ass snare drum rolls.....
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    Graeme New Member

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    ..... and I told you how it's done.
  6. shaddy

    shaddy New Member

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    how do i do that?
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    timcable New Member

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    instead of 4 beats per measure or bar use 32 beats

    kinda like 1/4 notes to 1/32 notes - instead of 4 use 32
    i am guessing - i do not write or read music, but i would assume that is how to do it.
    tim

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