Sure, it’s possible. It would be a separate function, but I’m not keen on doing it due to limitations in the API that would make its behavior look a bit ass. (The nice, tidy, flexible and consistent implementation would use granular selection for this, which isn’t available in the API).
Feel free to mess with the code, however. You could make a separate shortcut that only moves velocity values of the selected lines.
I like using 4 LPB for the most part but wanted a simple way of doing 32nd notes, or quick note runs, in legato instruments.
So, I put a few notes on a single row, selected the row, ran the tool… and it did exactly what I want.
added Ledger’s feature request as default behavior for “place selected notes evenly”, if you want the original behavior then it’s available in the command “place selected notes evenly (by column)”
let me know if it does something you don’t expect
com.pandabot.PlaceSelectedNotesEvenly.xrnx (2.4 KB)
Thanks pandabot, will try it out.
@joule Any plans on updating this to include euclidian rhythms, and user defined functions?? I’m thinking fibonacci sequence or bouncing ball rhythms, etc. for user defined… Would be great to have these available as options! I realize euclidian rhythms are as simple as shifting notes to the next line if delay values are higher than 80 and deleting delay values, but still, it would be great to have them at a button press… LOVE the tool. Just cross-posted from another thread