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  • Steve
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    thank you for your continued patience.

  • mycoffeeguy
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    I'm a little salty we asking for this basic feature still.

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  • king43rd
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    Yes please... implement a not quantized feature.

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  • marpiol
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    i think turning off quantization is just extending the max sequence length from 128 to 999 steps (just like in mpc). and that would be very useful because it would be possible to record long fragments with high accuracy (1/32 or 1/64) and then modify them, sequence and record as audio files. it's the next step closer to the studio in BB.
    Last edited by marpiol; 10-26-2020, 08:32 AM.

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  • NONLoCAL
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    yeah.... want this feature so bad, for the same reasons mentioned above

  • pieter3d
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    It would be nice to be able to record to a very high resolution (practically unquantized) and then be able to set the quantization. That would probably require a complete overhaul of the sequencer workflow though, so I can see how that would take a lot of work. As a workaround you can simply record the audio of whatever you're playing to a new sample, that way there's no quantization at all.

    Internal modulation has a much higher priority for me though.

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  • j3threejay
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    This has got to be my most desired feature by far along with it would be the ability to nudge/ microtime adjustment of note on and off (duration).

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  • r.zemog
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    Unquantized recording please, im all the time hesitating if to sell my blackbox or not because of not being able to unquantized recording

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  • soniquest
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    Personally I wouldn't want to literally see a grid with very hi-res quanization options. It would be pretty difficult to manage. That's my objection to the current half-solution of using 64th note steps, it's just so fiddly.

    If there's ever a trigger-style option implemented, that would be ideal. Perhaps you could just see degrees of 'earliness' or 'lateness' on notes, maybe represented by colour on the grid or something.

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  • Hikari_Sound
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    Regardless of the semantics or technical aspects of this (not that each of those isn't important), as sequencers go, just see how Arturia Keystep Pro (and MPC Live, etc.) work. While the Akai has massive processing (I assume), the Keystep Pro is on the other end of the scale (I assume). Both have this functionality and I agree with the other folks here, this would be next level stuff for getting "human feel". Interestingly, it's one of the most requested features for the Beatsep Pro, though to my knowledge Arturia never implemented it. I could be wrong.

    Thank you no matter for an absolutely incredible piece of gear and great community and listeners from the producer here.

    Best,

    Scott



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  • Steve
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    Originally posted by OlivierOzoux View Post

    Maybe, but in a midi sequencer, unquantize has always meant "recorded at the highest resolution of the device" which is often the max PPQN of the internal midi clock.
    There will always be a PPQN for every MIDI sequencer. The issue here is that users want a higher resolution so as to not "sound" quantized.

    My comment was addressing the semantics of the request.

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  • mycoffeeguy
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    Originally posted by OlivierOzoux View Post

    Maybe, but in a midi sequencer, unquantize has always meant "recorded at the highest resolution of the device" which is often the max PPQN of the internal midi clock.
    Eloquently said.

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  • OlivierOzoux
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    Originally posted by Steve View Post
    To be clear - there is no such thing as "unquantized" MIDI.
    Maybe, but in a midi sequencer, unquantize has always meant "recorded at the highest resolution of the device" which is often the max PPQN of the internal midi clock.

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  • mycoffeeguy
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    Just updating because this would be ***** awesome.

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  • mycoffeeguy
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    Copy that.

    Ok, so the increased resolution and perhaps the GUI disabling of the grid, alludes to the non-quantized canvas and operation?
    Because if so, yes, if a smaller grid resolution and option then to remove grid element (this alone might increase operation accessibility) was implemented... sheesh, it'd be fly flippin fantastie to say the least!

    And you are absolutely correct about patience. I have a few zeros, ones, and underscores under my belt so I def get it.

    Steve, I also thought about algorithm for Exporting stems! I'm a slight galactic dork, so I'm curious in the path route!

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