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Hi-I am seriously looking at Samp as a future audio sequencer.

I tried a demo of Samp quite a few years ago & was quite impressed

(dont remember much in the way of midi).

Right now Im looking at all the tutorials here-excellent job.I see midi has been upgraded.

Ive been on Mac/PC Logic Audio since the mid 90s.Clunky-out of date

-but I know it well.

Im wondering if quantize templates can be set-up like in Logic-Swing B to E and if there is an auto-quantize function?

Also can the score be set-up to view more than one midi part-are there instrument templates for piano-

transpositions for sax-viola etc...? (Once again-as in Logic).

Do any of you at this forum work/score for TV/Film/docs etc?...have you successfully used Samp from start to finish? example: one song/file which includes all the cues-with tempo/key changes-markers etc..

If so I would like to hear something.

Will there be a demo of the latest Samp?

Thanks

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Hi mannaguy ,

Im wondering if quantize templates can be set-up like in Logic-Swing B to E

There is a way to import the Logic templates B-E so they can be used in Samp . I'm going to do a tutorial showing how you can do it .

and if there is an auto-quantize function?

It's called input Q in Samp and I did a video showing it here :

Regards

Kraznet

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great-i watched the video--would be great if it could apperar in the q-menu above the track.

Im watching all your tutorials-excellent & thanks

Hi mannaguy ,
Im wondering if quantize templates can be set-up like in Logic-Swing B to E

There is a way to import the Logic templates B-E so they can be used in Samp . I'm going to do a tutorial showing how you can do it .

and if there is an auto-quantize function?

It's called input Q in Samp and I did a video showing it here :

Regards

Kraznet

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