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For example, I recently had a two MIDI chords. They were the same chord, but one was eighth notes and the other was quarter notes. Is there a quick way to apply the "formatting" (read: rhythm) of the first chord to that of the second chord?

an example where I'd like to quickly make the second midi chord comprised of 16th(?) notes, without having to re-draw every note.

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  • Do you want the same number of notes for the second chord before and after (e.g. start with 2 quarter note chords, end with 2 8th note-8th rest chords), or do you want the second chords taking up the same time before and after (e.g. start with 2 quarter note chords, end with 4 8th note chords)?
    – Dekkadeci
    Jul 27 at 12:28
  • @Dekkadeci not totally following your question, but the image I added above should help. Thanks!
    – 286642
    Jul 30 at 22:22
  • Those don't really look like 8th notes at all to me. The closest to 8th notes I can detect is the pattern in the G3s. I cannot tell if the pattern in the A3s is continuous or incredibly choppy (I've never worked with Ableton).
    – Dekkadeci
    Jul 31 at 15:11
  • @Dekkadeci that's besides the point
    – 286642
    Aug 1 at 2:28

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