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Old 09-01-2017, 02:01 PM
rrayner rrayner is offline
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Default Re: Swing Feel

In my original entry of this discourse, I stated:

1) one at a time, select all of the offbeat eighth notes and type a+60 and press Enter -- this will move the attack for these notes 60 ticks to the right and decrease the duration of these notes by 60 ticks from 233 ticks to 173 ticks -- also, if you want to smooth out the articulation of the phrase, type d+7 at this point to lengthen the second note of the pair to 180 ticks -- see Segment 5.

I have discontinued using the d+7 mentioned above. It makes little difference in the sound and just consumes data entry time with all of the extra typing.

Ralph Rayner
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