MIDI in the Piano Roll 

1/4-note triplets, 1/16-notes, and 1/8-note triplets

Quantization Mistakes

The correct Q (Logic)

Step 1—Correcting Notation Quickly 

16,12 quantize

Step 2—Correcting MIDI The Easy Way 

Correctly quantized with no overlapping notes

Composer/Orchestrator Jason Turbin is known for his work on NY times critics choice Dementia, Proxy, Dream Theater’s The Astonishing, Life of Crime, Oculus, Linsanity, Before I Wake and Ouija: Origin of Evil just to name a few. As a multi-instrumentalist Jason has also played on recordings and stage for Juliette Lewis, The Emmy winn... Read More


Good stuff Jason. Looking forward to more of your workflow tips and tricks!
Jason Turbin
Thanks airforceguitar! Glad to have helped:)
I'd be interested to know Jason in your upcoming Sibelius -> Rewire -> Logic tutorial whether you will address if / how it's possible to send more than 16 MIDI streams from Sibelius to Logic with a larger orchestral template. As far as I can see it isn't - and one is limited in just the same way as with hardwired controllers to separating them by MIDI channel - giving only 16 possible staves that one can compose on in a notation program at a time. The same limitation would seem to apply to IAC bus as well. I use Notion (and Sibelius) and one can send MIDI over 4 IAC busses from Notion giving 64 channels - but, while other DAWs are capable of handling that, it appears not to be possible in Logic. I'd love to know if there's a way! :-)

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