Just did some research here. I found that setting up the strum levels is really easy, and I got the wanted effect.
(In the following, one step is a 16th note):
I set up strum level 1 so with 2 notes in the "chord" I get two 32th notes in the place of one step.
I set up strum level 2 so with 3 notes in the "chord" I get three triplet 32th notes in the place of one step.
I set up strum level 3 so with 3 notes in the "chord" I get three triplet 16th notes covering the space of two steps. This is intended for "filling the space" between 8th notes. Like if you have a hihat pattern of every second step, this would make a 16th note triplets.
I thought I might as well share a little audio:
Here is a beat using strums. 8th note triplet in the hihat and some 64th notes in the tom. All in normal 16th note tracks. (It is a DRM-1 playing).
Post edited by: LDT, at: 2008/04/24 20:57