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ian
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Joined: 02/13/2014 - 21:23
odd times

To anyone that wants to write in odd times that's unaware of this:

I just used the piano roll to make a bunch of off time polyrhythms, not as easy as in pattern mode but totally doable. Anyone can do it, just a lot of copy and paste.

 

 When I first came on the forum I was loud about upgrading to off times but I was an ignorant mofo at that point and didn't realize one could record on the piano roll in song mode. Sorry for speaking before fully understanding the program. Either way, off time pattern creation when implemented will be much easier, but it can be rocked now piano roll style. 

Jason
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Joined: 03/23/2012 - 21:32
Yes, my PocketKit Platinum

Yes, my PocketKit Platinum rock demo track followed that method. I did it in the PianoRoll, and mapped it out for my 11/8 time sig.
Sure it's cumbersome, but not impossible....

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Joined: 11/01/2013 - 02:58
Thank you! That's what I've

Thank you! That's what I've been trying to explain to people...being in 4/4 just makes it simpler to write in 4/4, but you're not locked in

┬┐que onda, pachuco?

ian
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Yeah, pretty sure most people

Yeah, pretty sure most people are hip to this, posted mostly for sake of new users.

stePH
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Joined: 04/01/2014 - 13:15
I needed somebody on the

I needed somebody on the forum to tell me about this months ago; I don't recall it being mentioned in the tutorial videos.
 

Jason
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Joined: 03/23/2012 - 21:32
I think more signature

I think more signature options will be available soon..... as to the complexity of such signatures, I'm not sure how deep it will go..... 11/8th? probably not.... I just pulled it off on my track doing the entire thing in the Sequencer PianoRoll (whew, will only do that once cool)