if I record a crappy take to a pattern that uses about max. 1/16th notes, and then do an advanced quantization using the value 200 (while using lpb 8), and the option "preserve lengths", 9ms latency, 48khz ,
the lengths are actually not preserved in the best way for any case:
If the gap between a note-on and a note-off was shorter than one line in the pattern, then the note-off is moved down a whole line!
So, very short sustains will be much longer:
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See the "E-4 03 5F 26" and its note-off. Afterwards the note-off is moved one line too low. It should be written instead in the very next last after the note-on, without any delay value. That would be the most nearest possible result.
The funny is, that the calculated delay value of the note-off would be correct, if the note-off was placed in between the note-on and the next line. So, before the sustain was shorter than one line, now it's almost 3 lines!
IMHO this is quite annoying while recording and quantizing... Can you please fix it?
Edited by taktik, 14 December 2015 - 13:04.