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So how does the X in the qXY-command work?
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Hello guys,

I got some feedback on a rejected port. To make it short: I am supposed to use the qXY command to repace e.g. a c12r24 by a q3f c8.
I was reading through AddMusicK's readme and tried to find something in the forums, but I can't really figure what the X of the qXY command does. Can someone give me a more detailed explanation (or link me to a good one)?



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The command shortens all notes by a certain factor, depending on the X value. You can see the factors here. In this case q3F would be a 0.6 factor, which is roughly 14 ticks for a 8th note (so a bit short of a 12th note). I think q4F might be more appropriate here though (17 ticks, 1 tick more than a 12th note).
it's a bit trial and error, but I made a rough approximation of the qXY command in 16ths for my tutorial (that is definitely getting finished some time i promise!)

as it is actually in x/10s division, this can make it easier to convert
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