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|0007182||ardour||features||public||2016-12-19 09:41||2017-03-19 22:17|
|Priority||normal||Severity||minor||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0007182: To limit or switch off sound, when few MIDI notes are selected|
|Description|| Ardour has a useful possibility to sound selected MIDI notes. This mode can be activated here:|
"Sound MIDI notes as they are selected in the editor".
This mode works fine with single notes, but when we select several notes - they sound together (volume level summary!). If, for example, we have about 20 notes in a region and press Ctrl+A (to select all of them) - it produces an impermissible level of sound.
The proposal is:
-to make a level limitation for several notes sounding;
-or to switch off the sounding of the selected group of notes at all;
-or to sound the first note of the selected note group.
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One extra thought:
-to sound the note which we pick during dragging the group.
|2016-12-19 09:41||cooltehno_bugs||New Issue|
|2017-03-19 22:17||cooltehno_bugs||Note Added: 0019535|
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