When you use the Process > Groove Quantize command, the Groove Quantize dialog box appears, which contains the Define button. Clicking the Define button opens the Define Groove dialog box. which you use to save new groove patterns.The Define Groove dialog box has the following fields:
File. Use this field to select or type a filename, so you can save the current groove in a certain file.
Pattern. Use this field to select or type a pattern name, so you can save the current groove with a name you choose. If you try to save to a pre-existing pattern name, Cakewalk asks if you want to overwrite (erase) that pattern.
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