Smaller note divisions in iDrum

September 23, 2015

In iDrum, each pattern is made up of 64 steps. iDrum's default view is 16th-note division edit, but you can easily edit 32nd and 64th notes by using the Note Division View control:

Since you can only edit 16 steps at a time (because iDrum only has 16 step buttons per channel,) the Note Division View Control lets you specify which 16 steps you're editing.

  • 16 - 16th notes for the entire bar
  • 32A - The first 16, 32nd notes of the bar
  • 32B - The second 16, 32nd notes of the bar
  • 64A - The first 16, 64th notes of the bar
  • 64B - The second 16, 64th notes of the bar
  • 64C - The third 16, 64th notes of the bar
  • 64D - The last 16, 64th notes of the bar

32nd and 64th notes are useful for frenetic programming as well as 'special effects' such as flams, rolls and stutters.

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