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Logic 8 4 tuplets in 3/4

Discussion in 'Logic 8' started by BuddyGuit, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. BuddyGuit

    BuddyGuit Member

    I'm trying to copy some charts over to Logic and I can't figure out (or find) how to make 4 tuplets if that's what they're called. The tune is in three and goes to four. Can someone help me? Also in case anyone's wondering the chord is G major 7 over F it's not a typo. Or maybe it'd be called a freehando.

    Thanks for helping me,


  3. Doug Zangar

    Doug Zangar Senior member

    You need to use the n-tuplet. You'll find it at the end of the triplet note line. It's pretty straight forward to figure out.

    Nice chord, that Gma7/F, BTW.
  4. BuddyGuit

    BuddyGuit Member

    Thanks I looked at the n-tuplet. I think I gave up too soon. And yea that GMaj7/F is nice. I think it's thick sounding.
  5. Doug Zangar

    Doug Zangar Senior member

    n-tuplet definitely works for that. I tested it here. If you can't get it to work let me know.
  6. ButchGTR

    ButchGTR New Member

    Damn you Buddy!!:D

    I had to sit and figure that out ...duhh ....IT'S LIKE QUARTER note triplets in 4/4... but in ESREVER..


    Butch"SOOPER JENEUS" Price
  7. Doug Zangar

    Doug Zangar Senior member

    Yeah, it was kinda uncool to suggest something that requires you have to do math. You might try ice or an aspirin for that headache. ;)

    Glad you got it to work. Logic's notation is actually pretty good so hope you find it useful.
  8. BuddyGuit

    BuddyGuit Member

    Woohoo! Thanks for the help. ButchGTR, do math? Don't scare me!!!!

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