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Tips on porting songs that are in swing tempo?
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Are there any tips or tricks to porting songs that are in swing tempo? Constantly changing lengths of notes just seems annoying to me.
I assume that you are trying to take a MIDI and transcribe it to MML when you say "Constantly changing lengths of notes".

Here's the way I think of note lengths for standard rhythms and swing-based rhythms:

A standard rhythm takes notes shorter than a quarter note, and cuts them in half.
► So, c4 split into two notes would be c8c8.

For swing-based rhythms, the line is cut two-thirds through the note.
► So, c4 split into two notes would be c6c12. (a triplet of sorts)
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