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Kasper
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Location: Groningen, The Netherlands

Post by Kasper » 12-01-10 8:31 pm

I don't know what you guys think, but I think some alternatives through the metronome should be great.
Just some basic percussion tracks to choose as altnative would be great.

Im getting a little bored from those metronome.

And also, I think for 4/4 tracks it should be great to get 2 clicks per measure.
Maybe for 3/4 tracks one click per measure is also nice sometimes.

If you have songs with 200 beats per minute, the metronome is very annoying.
English was my worst subject on school, so my language could be a bit awkward sometimes...

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DC64
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Post by DC64 » 12-02-10 6:24 pm

If only you could the sound type of metronome sound.
regular or reto.
"And now for something completely different."

Raymond
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Post by Raymond » 12-02-10 6:55 pm

You can change the sound of the metronome.
In the config go to adv settings. Then find 'Metronome.FirstNoteId' then you can change the value. (There is also Metronome.OtherNoteId)

Kasper
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Post by Kasper » 12-03-10 7:58 am

Which numbers work ?
I get no sound with all the numbers i tried.
English was my worst subject on school, so my language could be a bit awkward sometimes...

Raymond
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Post by Raymond » 12-03-10 3:57 pm

Pretty much any number from 35 to 81.
http://www.midi.org/techspecs/gm1sound.php#percussion

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DC64
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Post by DC64 » 12-03-10 5:15 pm

Maby intead of finding it internally throught the harsd way, in settings (after entering synthesia) click
metronome beats
Emphisized beats
Beat style
(list of percussion instr)
"And now for something completely different."

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