Manual enharmonic shift in Keyeditor

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BoniK
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Manual enharmonic shift in Keyeditor

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Cubase 9's new function that displays flat(b) in Key editor is very uselful.
However, some note and chord have problems.
For Example, Ckey E7 tension b9 is note F, not E#.

Manual Enharmonic Shift function or customizing the shcema
in Key Editor can solve this problems.

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Re: Manual enharmonic shift in Keyeditor

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Errm, if my thinking is correct, the 9th, in the key of E, is F#, therefore a flattened 9th is indeed F natural, not E#, surely?
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Re: Manual enharmonic shift in Keyeditor

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"E#" - wasn't there a fix for chord tracks regarding this kind of display in 9.0.30?
You got B# instead of C etc.
Is there a display thingy still in Key editor?

Just a remark, not something on your feature request.
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Re: Manual enharmonic shift in Keyeditor

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Cubase keyeditor can not display altered tension note in secondary dominant and some tension in modal interchange chords.

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