I understand that if I play a sloppy triplet, I just offset the 2nd note to 33% and the third note to 66%… It makes sense but… I can not think in between that… in other words what does 40% mean? Can I think of it as note vaule?
I also understand that if my timing is off I can then place the notes at 0% offset. I also know that I can do group offset “fixes”.
Sometimes I see a percentage above the offset percentage. What is that there for?
I also am not sure I am getting the whole picture. Is that 100% offset would be the next note at the zoom level? I guess I am asking how does zoom and offset work together.
I went to tighten up a recording. I thought I had played all 16th, 8th, and quarter notes, but when I did a batch change of the offset, things become funky.
Also is there a way to get a nine 16th note pattern?
Thank you for your help and patience. Using a DAW has been a bit different due to just changing the grid. For example if I need to clean up sloppy triplets, I end up looking at 12 steps per measure, or 24… the others are typically in groups of 16.
Again thank you.