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Batch change all note and rest durations by a multiple/divisor factor

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asked Jan 31, 2020 in Notion iOS Feature Requests by floydharriott (300 points)
edited Feb 27, 2020 by floydharriott

Background & Problem Description
I have imported a midi file into Notion. However, the song will not "play" correctly unless I treat all whole notes as one beat (bpm=100). Effectively the song is a 1/1 with a bpm=100.  OR I could set the time signature to 4/4 and bpm=400 but that's awfully awkard to read. I'm not accustomed to reading whole notes a a single beat. 

I would prefer if each note duration could be changed (divided) by four so I could have a reasonable time signature (e.g. 4/4 with bpm =100). Does Notion currently allow such a batch change to the note's duration?  If yes, how? Please provide step by step instructions.

P.S. I'm using Notion on iOS device.

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answered Feb 26, 2020 by AlexTinsley (910,200 points)
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answered Feb 27, 2020 by floydharriott (300 points)

 If you would like to have a time dilation or time stretch (aka time warp) feature added to Notion, please up vote the original post (Jan 31, 2020).

I'm thankful for the opportunity to make a feature suggestion.