I have recording of a free MIDI improvisation.
Because I recorded an improvisation (very rubato) without the tempo click, I want to keep my existing music (in the term of aural speed, and time) but I want to map tempo and beats to some notes so that the music becomes quantizated.
Important: I don’t want to quantize notes to the existing beats, but the opposite.
Is there any tool so that I can pick a MIDI note and choose “move beat here”? Or: “drag this beat to this note”?
The tempo would change constantly of course, but the MIDI export to a notation software would be much better.
Try to imagine this scenario. You go to MIDI keyboard. You get inspired. Click on record, and start improvising. One of the “melodies” goes like that:
You simply don’t care what is the recording tempo (it could be let us say 100).
Than, you want to get this quantization, this tempo and this melody.
And assume that you have improvised for 20 minutes with lot of rubatos.
If there is any tutorial already, or give me a hint, or point to the manual. Or - how would you do? I get to many Logic X results in google.