Until somebody comes up with a more elegant solution (hopefully), just add a track or region delay equal to the randomise amount.Had a student ask me today how to use the transformer to randomize note positions. He wanted to randomize only later in time, so the stock preset of +/- doesn't work. I futzed around for a minute or two but had no luck. Any tips? He's using Logic 9.1.7.
No it includes the actual note. Say you have chosen a position randomness factor of 5, that would include all notes within a range of 5 ticks. That would be from 2 ticks earlier than the note to 2 ticks later 2 + 1 + 2 =5. The notes would be distributed randomly within that field,but that does of course include the note itself. So in this case you would have a delay equal to 2 ticks - then the random notes that were 2 ticks earlier become the "main note" on the beat, and the other notes take up random positions up to 4 ticks later. Hmmm... I think that makes sense.Thanks Pete, that's an idea. That would advance all notes in the region. I believe randomization doesn't necessarily affect every note,