What I want to do is select them and then add 20PPQ of 'space' between the start time of each note. So they are now not on the beat... they've increased in 'distance' from one another.
I think this Logical Editor preset will do exactly what you ask. The "how much" value can be easily edited and the preset can be assigned to a KeyCommand
Big thanks for doing that.
However the scipt makes the notes shorter. I want them to be further apart, but the same length. Maybe the script got lost in translation?
Here's what I want. I FIGURED OUT LICECAP!
NB. I always get -sincerely- surprised with stuff like this. I was fully expecting that this was something already possible.. and also that what I was after was pretty self-explanatory. It was a pretty common composition technique when I was in school... back in 1375 of course, but still.
I appreciate all the efforts... had no idea it would be so fiddly.
Steve, if yer not just taking this *quiz*... there are tons of 'applications' for this kinda thing. I do this all the time to add a slight amount of realism to all kinds of material. Sometimes it would be good to be able to -decrease- the space between notes. And if possible, this would be great to be able to do with a selection of audio events... changing the space between a group of percussive hits.
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