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drum maps on GURU
Old 22nd August 2007
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drum maps on GURU

Been considering getting fxpansion guru since i sold my MPC.
Been playing around with the demo but one thing is confusing me.
Their doesnt seem to be any way to move around hits on the drum map without them snapping to the lines on the grid.
I like being able to have complete control over my drums --bringing some hits a little late etc (perfect imperfections lol) but i cant figure out how to do this on Guru.
If anyone knows how to do this youre advise would be much appreciated. I hate being constrained to a grid

many blessings
Old 22nd August 2007
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Originally Posted by bendecido View Post
Been considering getting fxpansion guru since i sold my MPC.
Been playing around with the demo but one thing is confusing me.
Their doesnt seem to be any way to move around hits on the drum map without them snapping to the lines on the grid.
I like being able to have complete control over my drums --bringing some hits a little late etc (perfect imperfections lol) but i cant figure out how to do this on Guru.
If anyone knows how to do this youre advise would be much appreciated. I hate being constrained to a grid

many blessings
http://www.fxpansion1.com/resourceUp...URU_Manual.pdf

you wanna **** with the shift graph.
Old 30th August 2007
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Yep shift graphs will do exactly what you want.
Its almost too easy
Old 30th August 2007
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Originally Posted by djconrad View Post
Yep shift graphs will do exactly what you want.
Its almost too easy
I don't have GURU but I am thinking of getting it too. Is there a setting for realtive spacing as well?

I find relative far more important than dirty-no-graph type editing.

With relative you can keep your loops just as they are and duplicate stutters a lot easier while still keeping the groove even when it is technically way off timing-wise.
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