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Thanks for the reply. However, those settings you listed affect incoming notes. I don't want this as I may play with appoggiaturas, flams, etc., and don't want everything to be quantized as they're recorded. I like to quantize afterwards during editing.
The problem I'm having is with the quantize settings within piano roll. In Logic 9, when I open a midi region in piano roll, choose swing quantize, it will remain as swing quantize if I open another region. That way, I don't have to keep choosing swing each time I edit another region.
In LPX, it keeps jumping back to 1/16 each time I go to edit a new region! Is this a bug? Any way to make it stay, coz it's a real hassle!
Been having the same problem- I quantize the same way afterwards within the roll and you're right, this does really slow the process down. A few times I've even forgotten that it's quantizing back to 16ths and start fixing note timings in the piano roll before realizing it just wasn't set to what I'd wanted. If you happen to get any answers to this please let me know!
P.S. This is off the subject but can't hurt to ask another LPX user.. I'm also looking for a way to customize the colors as we could with LP9 without acutually having to edit the plist file.. It's actually a pretty big deal to me as I'm color blind and the new color scheme they've chosen especially against the black background is a problem. If you happen to hear anything....
Logic 10.0.5 update just released and it seems to have fixed the quantize problem! Thank you Apple for listening!
Also, Scott, the velocity colours make more sense now. No longer the strange orange & greens. Back to good old red for 127 and blue for 1. Plus you can choose a light background in piano roll.