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#38630 - 04/02/03 01:46 PM Triplet Fill-In
Bill Norrie Offline
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I've been trying to produce a Crotchet Triplet Fill-In, to be used in a normal 4/4 8 Beat style. Not having used the Easy Composer facility on either the KN6000 or KN7000, I decided to educate myself and followed the procedures in page 50, of Alec's How Do I Do That, just to get a feel for it. As Alec says in the text, there must be almost endless style variations possible, using the Easy Composer - it's quite mind boggling!
However, unless I'm missing something, or having another 'Senior moment', I can't figure out how to modify the actual pattern in the fill-ins.
Has anyone tried and been successful at producing a Triplet fill-in ?

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#38631 - 04/03/03 12:59 AM Re: Triplet Fill-In
technicsplayer Offline
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the easy composer creates styles from preset loops. If you want to create a new pattern use the composer.

Either create your fill from scratch or edit a fill close to what you need by erasing tracks or notes. Triplets are then entered, either by playing then in, or in step record at the point you want them.

For step record ignore the timing position in the display for subsequent triplets, since the dots are effectively 32nd notes, so the display will not always match the timing. However if you choose triplets as the entered notes, the resulting playback will be perfect.

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#38632 - 04/03/03 05:17 AM Re: Triplet Fill-In
Bill Norrie Offline
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Registered: 01/16/02
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Loc: Richmond,North Yorkshire, UK
Thanks Alec - I'll have a go...

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