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Old 10-31-2013, 02:09 PM   #7
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I can reproduce like this:

1. Create a MIDI item. Change the rate of the item (eg. 0.50 like OP).
2. Make sure you have Loop item source ON, then stretch the item so it loops three times.
3. Split the item from the last loop point.
4. Trim the edge back starting from this split point.
5. Go to the first loop point and split there.
6. Go towards the next loop point, but stop just short of it.
7. Split there.

Result: Left side of this last split is normal. The length of the new item on the right side will be the distance between the split point and the old loop point, rest of the new item space is filled with this piece looped over and over.



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edit: even simpler.
1. Create a MIDI item. Change the rate of the item (eg. 0.50 like OP).
2. Make sure you have Loop item source ON, then stretch the item so it loops once.
3. Make a split anywhere on the looped part.
4. Trim the edge back starting from this split point.
5. Go back just a little over the the first loop point and split there.

Last edited by xpander; 10-31-2013 at 02:41 PM.
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