bmundy at brentmundy.com
Wed Oct 8 22:16:07 EDT 2003
> At 11:13 PM +0200 10/8/03, Tor Lillegraven wrote:
> >One thing I`m not getting the hang of is making fills though. Let`s say
> >I have a 4/4 song @ 130 bpm, and I want to make 4 triplets over one bar
> >(substitute the snare hits on 1,2,3 and 4 with triplets.)
> >How do I do this? Anyone?
Try using your Apple Key to open or expand the number of divisions for
Apple Key hit at the same time as the minus "-" key will reduce the number
of divisions of a count by 1 (the default 4/4 bar shows 2 divisions per
count, or 8th notes). If you use this key combination it will take the
bar down to showing only quarter notes.
Original 4/4 Bar
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1 2 3 4
4/4 Bar after Apple Key Minus
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1 2 3 4
Apple Key hit at the same time as the "=" sign will do the opposet. This
is what you will do to expose the triplets (three divisions per count).
4/4 Bar after Apple Key "=" sign
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1 2 3 4
These options are available in the "Pattern" menu as 'Expand' and
Note that this will open ALL bars at once which may disorient you if you
have a lot of bars in your song. You can Expand and Collapse the bars
adding triplets or whatever -what ever you enter will be 'remembered' even
if it cannot be displayed (i.e. a bar of triplets will be entierly
displayed if you only have 8th note exposed).
Maybe this could be added to the to-do list (maybe it is?) - the ability
to select between expanding or collapsing individual bars OR as well as
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