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Viewing topic "Recorded DRUM arps are SHIFTED - why?"

     
Posted on: January 04, 2009 @ 12:11 AM
trifidmaster
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Situation: I am working on the XS8 (no PC is involved).
I follow the manual (page 39): Creating a Pattern by Using Arpeggio.
I can do those steps without any problem - so this is OK.
Example: I create a drum pattern by using the (for example) DRPC, Rock, 3815 arpeggio.

The problem is: when I look (edit) the recorded pattern, ALL the notes are shifted by a certain amount of CLOCK (by 24 Clock under the Measure Beat Clock).

If I redo the steps, I have again a shift, but another value (11, for example). Now, this “result” makes things NOT consistent! How, is it possible that I repeat the same steps and once the clock shift is 24, another time is 11 (for the same arpeggio)

If I choose another drum arpeggio, the shift is ALSO present.

I could understand that for a real drum feel SOME of the notes are shifted, but it seams to me very strange that ALL the notes are shifted by the SAME amount of clock - for a given recording.

So, what is wrong?

Note: I understand/I see that with “Play FX” I could correct the clock shift (by applying “-x” value), but still.

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Posted on: February 09, 2009 @ 03:33 AM
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Re: Recorded DRUM arps are SHIFTED - why?

Gens,
Can someone confirm my observation?
trif

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