Thanks for the response. Hm, when you say the larger quantisize window will only appear when I have created a group folder, well, in the manual it says this is true. However, I have clicked on the quantisize item with only one track invloved (albeit a ‘cut’ track with a gap or two but still a single track) and - occasionally - the larger window will appear. I know, this shouldn’t be happening according to the manual but I have seen this happen… ALSO, when I am setup for group folder quantisizing, the ‘short’ window will appear, as if this is not a group folder I am dealing with - or - as if I haven’t created my hits and slices from my editor window.So I am confused with what I see happening.
But I will jump back in and try it a few more times. And let me ask you? Are you using the quantisizing feature on single tracks and group tracks and IS it working as described in the manual? …Anybody?
Also, reading the manual, it clearly says that in a group folder, in my case let’s say five tracks for an acoustic drum kit, that I can edit just a single track - and typically the kick drum - and see all the changes in the other group folder tracks. OK, where I am going off the rails with this scenario is that when I have the group folder created, I drop down to the kick drum track and click on it for editing. I do my business here, click on hits and adjust for say a 1/16th note, then adjust the threshold. All good, right? But when I click to close this single track editor I find the next track in the group folder beneath that editor window. And as I close this editor window the next track is beneath that, etc, until all the tracks have been gone through. …Is this typical?
I really dig C6, and I am liking the idea of being able to quantisizing a track or two. I accept that I could be doing something wrong here but - even if this is true - I think there are steps/functions in the process that are not behaving as they should.