asked Mar 15 '16 at 10:27 by Riches (11)

When select a clip and press Q it doesn't seem to quantize the value inside the clip, Is this right? Am I doing something wrong?

Make sure Caps Lock is not activated! :)

  — (Mar 15 '16 at 11:11) fredrik

AFAIK, selecting the clip is not enough; you need to select every note you want to quantize ("edit > select all" works) then press "Q".

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answered Mar 15 '16 at 20:44 by pakunoda (918)

That's a pain, one of the few featured I loved about logic was the ability to select a clip and Q without having to delve inside the clip. Thanks though, good to know.

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answered Mar 15 '16 at 23:33 by Riches (11)

can they add it as Feature would be VERY VERY USEFUll

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answered Mar 18 '16 at 06:59 by nyquill (9)

...but you CAN quantize a clip by selecting 'Quantize Time' on it - you don't need to select every individual note. I think it's just that 'Q' doesn't work as a shortcut in that panel like you think it would.

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answered Mar 23 '16 at 17:49 by MellowVenom (249)

Regression in RC-1: Quantize button for notes in clip is missing in the inspector.

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answered Mar 25 '16 at 07:41 by nyquill (9)

I've already emailed them - could you please just press 'add new comment' in future rather than both editing your previous posts and making new ones, please?

  — (Mar 25 '16 at 19:03) MellowVenom

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