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Old 2013-10-29, 14:54
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There's nothing stopping you from not following the time signature, just don't quantise during recording. alternatively, if you have a midi clip you want to change the tempo of you can either automate the global tempo by right clicking on the tempo and selecting 'edit automation' which creates a lane in the sequencer or you can hold Ctrl (cmd on Mac) and drag the edge of your clip to change its tempo locally.
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