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Rhythmic inaccuracies
Last post Mon, Oct 20 2014 by andi, 4 replies.
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Posted on Sat, Oct 11 2014 14:40
by DaveTubaKing
Joined on Fri, Feb 27 2004, London, Posts 757

I'm sure I've asked this question before but can't find it.

I'm getting rhythmic jitters in playback. I've gone into performance and set Espressivo and rubato to senza and Rhythmic feel to straight but I'm still getting random innacuracies notes stumbling over each other. It sounds very human but I do want it absolutely straight.

David Carter (DaveTubaKing) http://www.davetubaking.com

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Posted on Sat, Oct 11 2014 18:46
by MassMover
Joined on Mon, Sep 29 2008, Posts 234

Maybe - if you use VI Pro - you accidentally set Humanization to a high level.

Posted on Sat, Oct 18 2014 13:15
by DaveTubaKing
Joined on Fri, Feb 27 2004, London, Posts 757

I haven't been able to resolve this problem. I am still getting rhythmic inaccuracies in playback which vary from one playback to another.

Listen to this 15 second excerpt and here's the score.

And this short extract and its score.

I've messed about with the playback options. I've tried changing the buffer size.

Andy or anyone else any suggestions?

David Carter (DaveTubaKing) http://www.davetubaking.com

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Posted on Mon, Oct 20 2014 08:19
by andi
Joined on Wed, Feb 18 2004, Vienna, Posts 3151

Hello David!

I'm sorry to say that I don't know where the inaccurateness in your examples comes from. Anyway, I only see a handwritten score and the samples surely weren't triggered by that. The rhythmic jitter surely wasn't produced by our instruments.

Best regards,
Andi

Andreas Olszewski
Vienna Symphonic Library
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