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Attila Mezei rhythm processing updated
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   * **Snap&​Grid:​** note snap and grid density: 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, 1/8 Triplet, 1/16 Triplet.   * **Snap&​Grid:​** note snap and grid density: 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, 1/8 Triplet, 1/16 Triplet.
  
 +===Manual Editing Example===
  
 +Let’s assume you want to create a somewhat interesting rhythm for your phrase, such as:
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 +**1 and (2) and (3) and 4 and**
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 +Let’s change the Snap & Grid setting to 1/16, which gives us a 16th note Grid. Double-click to insert a note wherever you want, and right-click on the note to change velocity or erase it if you made a mistake. Right-click the note (once for medium, twice for light, and a third right-click erases the note). Keep this in mind, as this helps you create exactly the type of “feel” you want, as well as the exact rhythm you want.
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 +So, assuming we want that rhythm above: **[1 and (2) and (3) and 4 and]**, it will look like this. You can also hit the Preview button to hear how the rhythm sounds with a metronome click/​cowbell-type sound (if you’re unsure if you placed the notes correctly):
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