Thanks again for the vast improvements, especially the long-awaited realtime MIDI recording! I did have one question: I’m presuming that if I want the MIDI data I record to be quantized “going in” I should UN-check “preserve note positions” in Preferences->Play->Recording and the notes I enter will presumably align with whatever the “Quantization Options” are that I’ve specified (?) I ask because when I just did a test (setting Quantization ahead of time to 8th notes/no triplets and then recording a piece with eighths as the shortest duration), it appears that the starting position of the underlying MIDI (solid colored bar) and the notated position (single horizontal lines, as you know), did NOT have the same starting position and I was wondering why?:
Presuming the above “quantization of underlying MIDI data to match the quantization settings” IS supposed to happen when I uncheck “preserve note positions”), then: what happens (as is often the case!) if I choose to “preserve note positions” when recording, but afterwards want to quantize not only the displayed quantization of the notes, but also the underlying MIDI data? I was presuming that perhaps (in Play Mode) I could make sure “Played Durations” were showing, select a “played duration” note in the Piano Roll; choose “Select More” to select ALL such notes (but NOT the notated versions), and then open the “re-Quantize Window” and change the quantization there, but this doesn’t have an affect on the selected data. If there ISN’T a way to do this currently, please let me know if this is “on the list” (however you plan to easily achieve it, etc.) as it’s extremely commonly done in DAW-world (at least I’ve certainly found this to be the case with my own work)…Thanks again!