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Logic 9 Designating dotted-quarter as tempo beat/click

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by posthorn, May 22, 2010.

  1. posthorn

    posthorn New Member

    As we all know Logic defines tempo as a quarter note (two 8ths) whether you are in 4/4 or 6/8.

    I've always found it annoying to have to recalculate this tempo (for example when I am notating the piece) to define the beat as a dotted-quarter when I am in 6/8.

    1) Isn't there a way to define that within logic so the displayed tempo is actually correct?

    2) what about defining the click as a dotted quarter instead of always hearing the 8th-note clicks in 6/8?

    Let me know your thoughts. If necessary I'll post this complaint in the future improvements section.
  3. Markdvc

    Markdvc Administrator Staff Member

  4. posthorn

    posthorn New Member

    Thanks, Mark.

    Your suggestion is a good work-around for the click issue.

    There is still the problem that Logic cannot display a tempo whose beat is defined as a dotted-quarter.

    Thanks, though.

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