the only thing wrong with your first line of numbers is the '10' is missing. Maybe you forgot to type it.Crabman wrote:Not a deal breaker but quite annoying (sorry if somebody mentioned that before).
There's a wrong measurennt (sorry,dont know a better word in english) If you zoom out a little in the arrangement screen.
The timeruler shows
1 - 4 - 7 - 13 - 16 - 19 - 22 - 25 - 28 - 31...bars (thats weird) but it should be
1 - 5 - 9 - 13 - 17 -21 - 25 - 29 - 33....
guess you now what i mean
i understand what you are saying and most straight forward music is 4/4 with with verse and choruses consisting of 4 bar, 8 bar or 16 bar measurement however some songs can have a bridge of 6 bars or 2 bars or whatever. That's what great about music, it's your OWN pallette. I've seen music written in 5/4 for to bars then 4/4 for 3 bars etc. I'm sure some jazz stuff gets really complicated.Crabman wrote:@Akamarko:
thanks for the pics,the first one is showing the "correct" measurement while the second is"wrong"imo.I mean when i'm working on a 4/4 track its all based on 4bars,8bars and so on...and in this case the second scale just doesn't make sense to me.Thats all
Sorry,i wish i could explain it better in english but i guess you know what i mean...?
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