I could use some help here.
I had a classical pianist come in the other day, and he improvised a wonderful piece on the spot, and I recorded MIDI data. I'm now trying to notate this for him, so he can use it somewhere else. To that end, I thought, I'd adjust the (pretty free) timing not in his recording, but to adjust a tempo track to reflect the changes, in order to simplify notation later.
Do I make sense so far?
Now I added a MIDI track, tapped along with the piece in quarter notes and so far so good. When I now try to merge as per instructions in the manual, the recording changes to a different tempo than either played or tapped, the results do not make much sense to me, to be honest...
I tried different subdivisions of the tapped tempo as well. It feels like the recording changes to the tapped track and not vice versa...
- Can I use merge tempo with a midi track?
- If so, how?
The piece is here, by the way: https://soundcloud.com/benji-schaub/hans-faassen-voyage-no-78
Thanks for your time!
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