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TOPIC: Quantization techniques for creativity

Quantization techniques for creativity 3 years 5 months ago #22076

  • Scottymac
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Hello and thank you for an incredible site. I am very drawn to the tutorials and get a lot out of them.As soon as my next pay check comes in I'm going pro!

I have just crossed over from Logic to Ableton and I'm just trying to find my flow. I have been struggling with quantisation methods that seem to have been quite confusing. I totally understand the concept there's just a few issues. Dropping audio straight in the arrange then consolidating loads of different scenes is very enjoyable and creative for me. I just can't get a feel for a groove as the audio all snaps to the grid and apparently you can't just highlight the lot and hit Quantise. I love the visual representation you have and the fact everything is on a separate track. I know you can consolidate a scene then go in and warp each clip,but this means I have to do ten or more clips just for a listen of one different Q setting. Please can you offer a workaround that doesn't hinder flow,and not being able to Q in the arrange means you don't get a feel when constructing your beats,which can seriously affect your decisions on sample placement when constructing. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.

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