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Submitted by (@robinwalker)

Noteheads overlay when should avoid

When there are two notes of the same pitch in opposing voices (stem-up and stem-down) at the same time-point, Sibelius overlays the noteheads. This is incorrect when the notes are of differing lengths (e.g. one has a rhythm dot and the other does not): in this case the notes should be offset to avoid overlaying each other. The noteheads should overlay only when they are of identical lengths.

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Submitted by (@robinwalker)

Playback incorrect with notes of same pitch in multiple voices

When a note of a certain pitch is followed by another of the same pitch but in a different "voice" on the same staff, then playback might be incorrect. In the attached example, one should be able to hear a rising sequence in C-major in the stem-down notes. But the note G in the sequence is prematurely silenced: an unwanted side-effect of the slurred G beforehand in the stem-up voice. To correct this, Sibelius needs ...more »

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Submitted by (@stephenweatherford)

Sibelius no longer respects dynamics of individual voices

Sibelius used to play back dynamics of individual voices in a single staff based on dynamics specified with that same voice number. This no longer works, it chooses the same volume for all voices on a staff.

 

This is really important in many places, including multiple instruments on the same staff, but also to bring out melody in piano lines, etc.

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Submitted by (@lubeckano)

Voice Input

Has anyone noticed 'staffPad" ability to recognise voice inputs. "add repeat sign at bar 7", "c major minum triad on second beat on bar 6", "delete bars 4 through10", "remove the 1st trumpet staff: etc. How about it? Is AVID capable of such cool programming? Go check out StaffPad,net for exaple.

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