Logic Proの量子化のヒント、その2

In the second part of this walk-through of Logic's Advanced Quantization features we're going to have a look at probably the most useful and powerful feature  




Here's the non-quantized piano:



この機能を使用するには、地域(それはカントピアノロールの内部で行われる)にそれを適用する必要があります。あなたは問題のある領域を選択し、ドロップダウンメニューから、基本クオンタイズの値を選択することによってこれを行います。すべての私のメモがあるので(ほぼ)第八分音符の値は、病気の'1 / 8(注)"を選択してください。



ここでは、"Q -強さ"(クオンタイズストレングスの略)オプションが表示されます。現時点では同社が100%の、デフォルトで。イムは80%にそれをドロップする予定。

Now all my notes have been pulled 80% of the way between their original position and the absolute 1/8-note grid position I set. Quantize Strength has a kind of gravitational effect on note events. 

The distance they travel is relative to how out of time they were. The most important thing is they never reach that absolute value and what you’re essentially hearing is (at least) 20% of my original performance.

You can see the effect of this in the image below.

Here’s the Piano with a Q-Strength of 80%:

If you have to quantize then this is the most natural way to do it. Use your ear to decide how much percentage is enough. If it sounds OK with just 50% then use 50%!


Quantize Strength is also available as an option when using Flex Time with audio. This means you can naturally tighten up a performance just a bit without sucking all the life out of it.


Don’t forget that Q-Strength is a global setting:  it affects all the MIDI notes inside the selected region. Next time well look at how we can be a bit more selective in what we actually quantize.



For the past 20 years Toby has worked as a professional guitarist, programmer and producer. Clients include Sir Paul McCartney, George Michael, Shirley Bassey, Yusuf Islam, Giles Martin as well as the London 2012 Olympic Ceremonies. He has also worked extensively in TV, Advertising and Film. As well as composing himself he has also ... Read More


Yep I do exactly the same thing! Great tip, there is MOJO in them there imperfections!

Keep it real,

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