When you record a performance, there may be problems you’d like to correct. For example, the note timing may not have been as accurate as you would like. Or, you may have recorded without using a metronome and strayed from the tempo in one direction or another.The Quantize command alters the timing of the notes in your recording so that they fit a time grid. The grid can have fixed time intervals or intervals that are based on some existing note pattern.The Fit to Improvisation command, on the other hand, sets up a series of tempos that fit the material you have recorded. Here’s a summary of when to use each type of command:
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