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    Question Quantizing a quintuplet?

    Is it possible?

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    explain a quintuplet, im not that big in to theorie.

    Butm a quint is a fourth right? So that'd be a 1/4 note of a 1/16 which would be a 1/64th note?
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    I don't know much music theory, but quintuple is 5, so my guess is that a quintuplet would be 5 notes to a beat..! Or 5/4 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadow self View Post
    Is it possible?
    explain your self.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Runcell View Post
    I don't know much music theory, but quintuple is 5, so my guess is that a quintuplet would be 5 notes to a beat..! Or 5/4 ?
    a bar divided by 5 AFIK is breve= bar semibreve =half bar crotchet = quarter semicrotchet = 1/8 demicrot' = /1/16

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    etape 1 , 2 and 3 on 6

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    etapes 4,5 and 6 on 6

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    it is not verry clear but by this way you will find what you want
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    Quote Originally Posted by Runcell View Post
    Nicely done brandtkalk
    I think it's not the better way but it's a solution.
    Personaly I don't use quantize . I prefere to built my personal groove and rythmicks.
    but the groove table is an hide tool

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    I agree that I prefere to built my personal groove and rythmicks.
    but the groove table is an hide tool

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