Adding swing and fixing human timing errors


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Adding swing and fixing human timing errors

Any time we're recording drums, we don't always keep perfect time. To fix this, you can use the Quantize button. Hold down the Quantize button and you will see the Quantize settings. You can choose the nearest value that you would like the notes to be quantized to and how much quantization you would like to apply. Set to 100%, the notes will be fully quantized and will lose any natural groove you might have while recording. If you want to retain your natural groove, try to quantize in smaller amounts.

I have a drum rack preset loaded. I'm going to record an eighth note pattern. Notice that the Fixed Length button is on. For more on this button, check out the movie where I show all about the Fixed Length. I'm going to set the quantization to eighth note and hit Quantize after I record. And you can the notes are aligned in the step sequencer. As well as inside Live MIDI clip, so let's check it out.

(SOUND). Lets hold the Quantize, change the Quantize to 8...

Adding swing and fixing human timing errors
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Adding swing and fixing human timing errors provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Yeuda Ben-Atar as part of the Making Music with Ableton Push

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Audio + Music
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Ableton Live
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