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How do I divide the grid into different tuplets? The layout is kind of confusing. I know how to do triplets like grid=3/4 but how do I go beyond this?
i dunno but ask dcsm or Lucent
Right click on the grid selector, go to inspect, expand <select id="grid_select">...</select> and change one of the values. A formula that can be used for getting the value for a specific type of tuplet is [division of one beat]/4 . For example: A quintuplet is a fifth of one beat, thus for setting the grid to quintuplets you replace one of the values with 1.25 (which is equal to 5/4).
(12-19-2018, 08:49 AM)Muhngkee Wrote: [ -> ]Right click on the grid selector, go to inspect, expand <select id="grid_select">...</select> and change one of the values. A formula that can be used for getting the value for a specific type of tuplet is [division of one beat]/4 . For example: A quintuplet is a fifth of one beat, thus for setting the grid to quintuplets you replace one of the values with 1.25 (which is equal to 5/4).

I dont really understand sorry. Can you give screenshots?
(12-19-2018, 05:59 PM)CELTICBARBARIAN Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-19-2018, 08:49 AM)Muhngkee Wrote: [ -> ]Right click on the grid selector, go to inspect, expand <select id="grid_select">...</select> and change one of the values. A formula that can be used for getting the value for a specific type of tuplet is [division of one beat]/4 . For example: A quintuplet is a fifth of one beat, thus for setting the grid to quintuplets you replace one of the values with 1.25 (which is equal to 5/4).

I dont really understand sorry. Can you give screenshots?

#/4 = number of notes per 4 squares on OS.
(12-19-2018, 05:59 PM)CELTICBARBARIAN Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-19-2018, 08:49 AM)Muhngkee Wrote: [ -> ]Right click on the grid selector, go to inspect, expand <select id="grid_select">...</select> and change one of the values. A formula that can be used for getting the value for a specific type of tuplet is [division of one beat]/4 . For example: A quintuplet is a fifth of one beat, thus for setting the grid to quintuplets you replace one of the values with 1.25 (which is equal to 5/4).

I dont really understand sorry. Can you give screenshots?

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