Snap Automation Mode: 1/64 Triplet (1/96) — Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day

Logic Pro X keyboard command of the day. #LogicProX @StudioIntern1

  Snap Automation Mode: 1/64 Triplet (1/96)

Events and time. The abstraction of note duration and interpretation is intriguing. I have seen 64th notes (hemisemidemiquaver) in scores, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen a 64th note triplet. The abstraction tends to break down about this point in the mapping. This is the point where I would be switching to SMPTE frames for alignment.

Snap automation to grid positions — Logic Pro X

You can snap track automation to grid positions. You can choose if you want automation to automatically use the division value chosen in the Snap menu, or you can choose a different snap value for automation.


While I was chasing down hemidemisemiquaver I read a bit about 128th notes on Wikipedia. This little gem was in the first paragraph. Hmmm.

Since human pitch perception begins at 20 Hz (1200/minute), then a 128th-note tremolo becomes a single pitch in perception at quarter note= 37.5 bpm.