I basically want the grid sequence function to have IA and ML so when I select the bar measure and then record 4 bars, the DAW will auto recognize the time signature and the optimal quantizing settings in case the user wants to align the midi notes exactly on the grid. So many DAWs have a quant function, but it never works correctly. Midi notes are far of from their reasonable placement on the grid. Garageband v 1.1 was the best I've seen at this. Now it's 12 versions later it's not the same.
What I am looking for is simple workflow to both record in real time and step mode (on the grid). Most if not all DAWs have this. But what they're lacking is a streamlined approach to accurately quantizing to the time signature grid. I want to be able to turn the quant function on and off at will. I also need it to accurately place the block on the correct grid line per the selection. Logic Pro X is too sloppy, Garageband did away with that functionality. Ableton Live's workflow stinks.
My 2 profs this semester are overly difficult, to an extent I haven't experienced. It's 100% online grad courses and the campus is an hour + away from home. Illegible handwritten notes and grades scanned back in. Heavy-handed grading that picks apart the slightest formatting error. Syllabus and assignments are full of spelling, grammar, and sentence structure errors that are difficult to interpret. Stringent file type requirements for papers. Will not respond to email. Do I file a complaint?
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Society's full transition to renewable transportation and power-generation energy has to start with a grassroots movement to show how the jobs of everyday people who work in the non-renewable energy (e.g. local coal burning power plants, the corner gas stations, or regional oil refineries) can successfully maintain employment during the change over without any disruption. The difficultly lies in the long logistical chain of the industries and how it impacts multiple communities simultaneously.
Do you think I should build a chat community (Like IRC or Slack, I'm thinking Rocket.Chat)?
Or, would a forum like Discourse would be better?
Pls re-toot. I'd love some help deciding.
I have a little exposure to VB and Java, but not enough to be employed as programmer. If I were to stick to say C++ or Java and buckle down with 2 semesters of classes (intro and advanced), at what stage would I be at on the path toward employment? Will employers take coding projects from classes as a work portfolio?
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