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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0003243||features||2010-06-15 19:52||2014-12-29 00:26|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0003243: Velocity Slider|
|Description||Under A3 7255, any MIDI note inserted via the Draw/Edit MIDI note tool is given the sensible default velocity of 64- if you want any other note you have to adjust it afterwards. There just so happens to be a gap just wide and tall enough on a fully expanded (ie when the channel selection matrix pops up) A3 MIDI track to nicely accommodate a slider that could be used the set the velocity of any note created with the mouse.|
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||Probably a better UI: http://tracker.ardour.org/view.php?id=5608|
||... that "better UI" isn't for the same thing.|
Thinking about this, I thought of something a bit different: basing the inserted note's velocity on the previous note's. Then I realized it could interpolate between the previous and next note's, to fit in with the dynamics of the section, so did that.
It seems pretty good in a "usually do the right thing" sense, and certainly beats twiddling a slider for the common case. You can sort of treat the first inserted note as such a slider and get the same behavior.
So, I'm going to presumptuously read this ticket as "no good way to set the velocity of inserted notes" rather than literally requiring a slider in the header, and close it. Feel free to reopen with commentary if you disagree or think of improvements.
|2010-06-15 19:52||danboid||New Issue|
|2010-07-21 02:28||cth103||cost||=> 0.00|
|2010-07-21 02:28||cth103||Target Version||=> 3.X|
|2014-12-23 14:16||naught101||Note Added: 0016077|
|2014-12-26 09:10||x42||Relationship added||related to 0004324|
|2014-12-29 00:22||drobilla||Note Added: 0016132|
|2014-12-29 00:26||drobilla||Note Added: 0016133|
|2014-12-29 00:26||drobilla||Assigned To||=> drobilla|
|2014-12-29 00:26||drobilla||Status||new => resolved|
|2014-12-29 00:26||drobilla||Resolution||open => fixed|