Humanize allows you to vary the pitch, duration, velocity, and timing of notes in your midi tracks. Introducing subtle variations in these parameters will give your midi tracks an organic feel. No human plays in perfect time, with perfect pitch. The Humanize plug in allows you to emulate and recreate the nuance of human performance via a powerful, easy to use interface.
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This plugin allows you to randomize all aspects of notes. Each of them can be switched on or off individually:
Additionally, the plugin can randomize several kinds of controller data:
There are four built-in ways to generate random numbers. That means you can choose between four different curves for random number generation:
Additionally, it is possible to define an unlimited number of user random curves.
Overlapping Notes: A common problem that arises when the starting times and durations of notes are randomized is that adjoining notes may overlap afterwards. This is not too critical as long as the notes are different. But if the same notes overlap several severe problem are the consequence: for example, flanging effects may occur and the second note may stop too early. The manual correction of these problems may be very time-consuming and annoying. But the Humanize plugin offers a function that automatically fixes overlaps between the same notes: Fix Note Overlaps.
Relative or Absolute (Display Mode): There are two ways to enter the amount of changes of time for note start, note duration and minimum note distance.