The playlist and piano roll actually allow separate time signatures, but they can be matched up by clicking the upper-left triangle on the pattern itself and going to "Use current time signature from > playlist to pattern" to use the playlist time signature for the pattern, or "pattern to playlist to use the pattern time signature for the playlist.
I assume it was done this way so you can subdivide measures how you want; for instance, 4/4 then 3/4 pattern time signature within a 7/4 playlist time signature.
This is an arrangement of "The Day After" i did for the Final Fantasy VI Tribute Album "World's Requiem" by the Pixel Mixers community!
For this album we (71 musicians) covered the complete soundtrack from the original soundtrack composed by Nobuo Uematsu.
For this track i had the chance to have the help of the fabulous Mark Autumn and his perfect acoustic guitar playing and tone!
=> Mark Autumn's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ShiningM...
For the arrangement i started with having a Fusion-ish arrangement in mind (was listening to a lot of Snarky Puppy) but it ended up being a bit different. You still can here i took some ideas from their song "Beep Box".
The new ThaSauce design only lets me upload one song, so I can't upload both bonus mixes. Also it's not possible to use other rounds to upload the songs. So only Evktalo's song is at the ThaSauce page.
my new favorite sequenza! things are coming together and finally will i be encouraged to do some weird signatures. cheers to gol BOUT DAMN TIME now for some easy color mods to tweak the grey, should b easy with the vector stuff now, right...? is it already possible and i missed it??
but rly i love this version and the last one, everything is better now! the old pattern blocks legacy workarounds are no longer missed. time signatures do seem a little convoluted with the piano roll still displaying 4 4 when you go like 7 8 and only the playlist reflecting that change, am i missing something? it still is an improvement.
cheers to 20 years of FL or 14 for me. cheers to the program that made me discover you can do more than shitty midis on a computer.
they can stop updating now...or i will.