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