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tigerintheboat
KVRist
 
63 posts since 20 Nov, 2016

Postby tigerintheboat; Sat Dec 30, 2017 1:47 pm Changing from Piano to Guitar and Back to Piano

When I have a phrase in place and the instrument is piano, then for a C Major I get three notes, as expected.

But then I change the instrument to Guitar, say Nylon Guitar. Now I have six notes in each chord. That is because guitars have six strings? But does this feature have any control??

Now I change back to Piano for the same track. Now I still have the six notes instead of the correct three. Is there somewhere to turn that off and go back to three notes? Right now I have to delete the track to get rid of the six note major chords.

This is a bug, yes? that it doesn't go back to triads for piano?

Tiger
nexussynth
KVRian
 
509 posts since 31 Dec, 2003

Postby nexussynth; Sat Dec 30, 2017 2:52 pm Re: Changing from Piano to Guitar and Back to Piano

+1?
"..What is simple, is simply seen.."
musicdevelopments
KVRAF
 
2412 posts since 9 Jan, 2010

Postby musicdevelopments; Sun Dec 31, 2017 1:55 am Re: Changing from Piano to Guitar and Back to Piano

You are right, there is something wrong with the acoustic guitar voicing.
My problem is that I cannot see the 6 notes when the voicing is set to acoustic guitar.
I will fix this bug today.
Now I still have the six notes instead of the correct three

When a guitar instrument is used, the voicing is set to "Acoustic Guitar" automatically.
You can reset the voicing to "Closed Voicing" in the track inspector:

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I hope to have a fix soon.

Thanks,
Attila
http://www.musicdevelopments.com
Music Prototyping And Automated Composition Solutions
musicdevelopments
KVRAF
 
2412 posts since 9 Jan, 2010

Postby musicdevelopments; Sun Dec 31, 2017 3:08 am Re: Changing from Piano to Guitar and Back to Piano

This bug is fixed now.
A bug-fix update, v3.43 will be uploaded next year ;)

Thanks,
Attila
http://www.musicdevelopments.com
Music Prototyping And Automated Composition Solutions

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