Whenever I use a fill to go from a verse to a chorus, I usually want a crash on the first beat of the chorus. Are we supposed to make those ourself? Forgive me…I’m a newb.
I actually prefer to not have crashes on every beat 1 of every ‘chorus’ groove.
For example, say I find a good 2 bar chorus groove that has a crash on beat 1. If I want to copy that 2 bar groove 4 times to make an 8 bar chorus, I’d need to delete the crash for 3 of the 4 grooves as I don’t want a crash on beat 1 every 2 bars.
It is much easier to drag a groove into your host and quickly add a crash on just the first beat.
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Yeah, I suppose once I learn how to manipulate midi notes it will be cool. I’m still in the drum machine mode I guess 🙂
Thanks for the input. I understand your point.
Editing notes, especially single notes is super easy.
To add a crash is usually a one or two mouse click operation.
I do think some pre-made midi grooves have crashes on the first beat however.
Hi Whitten thanks for the encouragement.
At about 1min30 to 1min40 he shows how to add midi notes by drawing them in.
Hi Whitten. Thanks a lot friend.
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