It would take me some time to get my head around those technicalities.
I am starting delve a lot more,but It is understanding what you are saying here.
It Is not a five minute thing.Some of the things you are saying here makes sense to me and I know It is all In the numbers and need a little time for things to sink In.
My head is aching already
I wrote to Mike Bedeseem saying If only there was a piano roll with Mixmaster you would be home and dry without messing with anything.
Well Mark I will study what you are saying and thanks for your explaination.
What I do is record on the Tyros straight through using the registrations and a lot of practice and then do some minor adjustments.
This way you get or your lead on track one and left hand on track two. That maybe the problem as you put different sections on different tracks.
So I have been relying on program changes along a single route.
I think that Sonar cannot handle this method as Vst is great In Sonar.
But, I like the Tyros.(Looking forward to the Genos).You can play a song and play It,rather than cutting and pasting all day.But we cannot help our fingers sliding off a black key now and then, more now!!
Another strange thing when concentrating hard to get a song right is that you can drift for a nanosecond and all goes wrong. Also the perils of the red record button syndrome!!
All the best
Ps Does it make any difference to a piano roll if the snap feature Is off??? can things move If that Is off and does It lock the grid when you save and come back so nothing slides off a little.
I always thought that the snap feature Is for keeping things tight to what you have set It to,but can notes still move away from the grid or does the grid move .
It always happens to me!!
All the best
John My favourite saying when things go wrong "Gone Forever"!!!
My other half say's she will put that on my gravestone or put me in a firework and say enjoy the ride"!!