Phil Clevenger wrote:
/First question: Is it the case that the LP1 has no concept such as EDP's "Switch Quant" which would begin the loop at some point quantized to the incoming clock grid?
Although it will keep tracks that are sync recorded in time
with the master track as long as you don't use reverse or
mess with the track speed
*Now, create new empty loop same length in Track 2.*
if you do this by hitting "Play/Stop" (to create a new empty track)
then Q steps seem to come in the right place,
I haven't destruct tested that theory yet.
(I'd always got to EDP for Quant Replace, 'cos it works well with Mult)
/Second question: In my tests, I get varied results as how the quantized material relates to the beginLoop point./
/What I think I am finding, however, is that the quantization divisions may instead be generated relative to that arbitrary point in time where an "add quantized content" event first occurs. It may even be that plus some small delay? >So, within the loop, the divisions all add up of course, but cannot be counted upon to align either to loopBegin (another arbitrary point?) or to any incoming MIDI time grid./
quite possiblehope to do more experiments tomorrow night.
Can anyone confirm or deny?
Make sure your track for reference time is set as master
(if you didn't already)