Understanding Region- and Event-based Quantization

Region-based quantization is a process that affects all transient markers in an audio region or all note events in a MIDI region. You have the choice of quantizing audio or MIDI regions, or a mixed selection of audio and MIDI regions.

Note: Region-based quantization does not work on other MIDI data event types, such as MIDI controllers.

Event-based quantization is the quantization of individual MIDI events (not only note events) within a MIDI region. This is performed in the MIDI editors.

Important: Event-based quantization destructively alters the position of all MIDI event types, except note events.

You can also create groove templates, which are quantization grids based on the rhythms of other audio or MIDI regions.