64th note is it..... or isn't it in g stomper????

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derrtiblu
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64th note is it..... or isn't it in g stomper????

Postby derrtiblu » Fri Jul 03, 2015 12:49 am

Is there a way two have more a note value in the g stomper sample trk grid or..... in thesample note grid be able two slice a note in parts. Like 64th note out of a whole note or a clearly way show u can do so. And a velocity control on the sample, (((( i know its there in the main drum machine mode. But a visual presence in the sample note grid. Would help.))) Thanx anyway for takin' time two read this.
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EIPStudiosOhio
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Re: 64th note is it..... or isn't it in g stomper????

Postby EIPStudiosOhio » Fri Jul 03, 2015 1:39 am

Since this is a groovebox style application, the Accent control is a way to boost or cut the "volume" of a particular track (for example a drum hit) This operates a bit different than other music apps that are more music instrument-based function, than groovebox style (remember the old TR's or even the MC boxes --- ahhhhh fun times)
For notation timing type in the sequencer Go into the Timing and Measure..... in the middle of the screen you can set the "note resolution" up to 64 if needed... 8-)
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Re: 64th note is it..... or isn't it in g stomper????

Postby planet-h » Fri Jul 03, 2015 5:37 am

I couldn't have explained it better, thanks J:)

The only thing I'd add is the doc page about time signatures in G-Stomper:
http://www.planet-h.com/gstomper/docs/G-Stomper_UserManual_TimingAndMeasure.htm#_Toc423363008


Regarding Accentuation, just watch the linked part of the tutorial video;), that brings it right to the point.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXX3UaOjn7s&t=5m56s

For further information, here's the doc chapter about accent usage:
http://www.planet-h.com/gstomper/docs/G-Stomper_UserManual_PatternSequencer.htm#_Toc423436563

(I have moved the post go "General Questions" since it's not a feature request)

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