There are a number of similar topics, but the logic is not explicitly stated.
If someone knows it will be helpful:
Transitions with full measure (1 bar of 4 beats) +1 beat (an extra beat for the crash in the next measure).
I understand that - in the same way it uses fills - the BB aligns the LAST beat of the transition with beat 1 of the next part to simulate the drummer crash (even if it is only a 2 beat transition). Makes clever sense. But how does it handle a long multi-bar transition. Aligning the end beat or aligning the start correctly.
SHORT TRANSITION = 1 measure +1 beat transition
If you trigger a transition (long press and release) at or just after beat 1 of a loop, does it:
- play the “remaining” 3 beats of the loop and then start the Transition on the next beat 1, complete the 4 beat transition and start the next part on beat 1, or
- does it play the “last” 3 beats of the transition, aligning the crash (+1 beat) to play it while it moves to the next part on beat 1.
LONG TRANSITION = 2 measures +1 beat transition
If you trigger a transition (long press and release) at beat 1 of a loop, I expect it will follow the starting point logic above. However, does it:
- play the “last” 3 beats of Measure 1 the transition, and play beat 1 of Measure 2 while it moves to the next Part on beat 1.
- play the “last” 3 beats of Measure 2 the transition, aligning the crash (+1 beat) to play it while it moves to the next Part on beat 1.
(we can get to triggering with a long press and hold to loop the transition later)