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Re: Using Mod Wheel to specify velocity.

Set the velocity to a fixed input value, something around the middle like 64, then use the Vel. Shift assigned to a QC. Use the GR to learn your mod wheel to control the QC with Vel. Shift assigned. With this setup forward on the wheel will increase velocity, down will lower velocity.
by JMCecil
Mon Nov 11, 2013 2:24 am
 
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Re: Oldie but Goodie Utility

I played with this this morning, but javascript doesn't easily support the access to local files. I found a way to do it with ActiveX and other custom solutions, but none of them are cross platform, cross browser compatible. I think perl or python might be easier to make cross platform.
by JMCecil
Sun Nov 03, 2013 3:38 pm
 
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Re: C 7.5 Score Editor: Music XML import still broken.

Oh yeah, we already did this for 7.0.6. :lol: Same error in 7.5 with this file.

But- I'm not sure Cubase's import function is necessarily to blame here.

Cubase for some reason garbles the first measure. In fact, neither staff imports correctly, as I said previously.

I then imported other files downloaded from http://www.musicxml.com/music-in-musicxml/ and the import worked well. ( http://downloads2.makemusic.com/musicxml/ActorPreludeSample.xml and the file attached to this post)

Cubase is on a lower version of MusicXML than Finale (whose manufacturer maintains/owns MusicXML) incidentally. I wonder if this has something to do with it.
by SteveInChicago
Wed Dec 04, 2013 7:12 pm
 
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Re: How to inhibit display of keyswitch text in Score Editor

I'm using an Expression Map with a bunch of Key-switches setup as different text articulations. When I open the part in the Score Editor I see the articulation text each time it is used. Is there anyway to hide this text since it has no real meaning in the score (they are just changing vowel sounds on a VSTi)? I realize I can select each bit of the text and hide it using the score menu, but that would become tedious busy-work real fast. I'm hoping there is something akin to "Hide Pedal Markers" in Score Settings - but I can't find anything.
The best I can think of is to Color Expression Map events, in Preferences>Scores>"Colors for Additional Meanings", and set it to white (not ideal, if you are using one of the "patterned" paper styles, but certainly less obtrusive ;) )

When creating an expression map I accidentally left some set to Attribute instead of Direction. Later I tried to delete those articulation instances in the Key editor. But every time I deleted the articulation the note it was attached to also go deleted. I got out of it by reverting on my project. But for the future I'm curious how to remove the association between an Attribute Articulation and a note.
Strangely enough, instead of using the Eraser tool (which, as you have noticed, deletes the note along with the Attribute), just click a 2nd time on the Attribute, using the Pencil tool again.)
by vic_france
Fri Aug 15, 2014 12:55 pm
 
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