Recent content by alexondrums

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    Setting project new tempo

    I'm not sure about this, but as I want to edit the MIDI notes and align them to a grid at 192BPM, it needs to remain as MIDI and not be converted to audio.
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    Setting project new tempo

    That's right, it doesn't affect the pitch, just the speed at which the MIDI plays at. This would be the normal expected behaviour. But in my case, I want the project BPM to be different from the BPM that the MIDI was recorded at.
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    Setting project new tempo

    Thanks for that!
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    Setting project new tempo

    I've recently recorded a jam session with a friend, which is made up of 3 tracks. 1 MIDI - V-Drums 2 Audio - Guitar 3 Audio - Vocals When i recorded, this was without the click enabled, or a BPM set - it was left at the default of 120BPM I'd like to start lining everything up with the grid...
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    i5 / i7 6th/7th gen for home production

    Thanks for the suggestion! I’ve actually tried Cakewalk about 5 months ago, and think it will be quite excellent (also use Bandlab to collaborate with a freind) – but I’ve been learning Ableton for the past 2 years and after all that effort (and it was an effort!), I don't want to learn another...
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    i5 / i7 6th/7th gen for home production

    Thanks! My application is mostly for demos and personal projects – it doesn’t have to be perfect, as long as it’s decent. Once I’ve outgrown my interface, I’ll look at upgrading it, but I’m pretty much still at the learning phase as not had one before. Ref my laptop, it’s in very lean shape, as...
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    i5 / i7 6th/7th gen for home production

    Thanks, although I’m a bit surprised by this, I will admit I’ve not really had any issues so far. I do use VST’s to playback the MIDI though, which is much more resource intensive, but it’s been OK so far. It is only a 2nd gen i5, so over 10 years old now. I have had some trouble with it since I...
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    i5 / i7 6th/7th gen for home production

    I’d like replace my current laptop with a mini PC for hobby home recording and production. Typically I record my Roland V-Drums, usually via MIDI, and/or input via my MIDI controller keyboard. Occasionally I record headphone jams via my V-Drums (MIDI), a guitar and vocals via the inputs on my...
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    Mixer output to laptop and headphones

    I’m not sure really where this goes but hope you can help! I have this budget Alto ZMX 862, which works fine for what I need most of the time – mostly headphone jams using my Roland V-Drums in Ch 3/4, XLR Mic in Ch1 and Guitar in Ch 2. Main Mix usually goes to a little headphone amp to split...
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    VDrums and cables - stereo/mono - balanced/unbalanced - help!

    Hi all I've just joined up and need some help with signal paths with my vdrums, guitars, mp3 player and a mixer. I used to be pretty knowledgeable about recording gear but have been out of the loop for a long time, so need a bit of a push in the right direction! Hope you can help Scenario 1 I...
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