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   Posted 11/16/2003 7:03 PM (GMT -5)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
The addition of the Human Playback feature in 2004 has made new things possible but has also thrown a twist into the way I was use to using the program.  I use to be able to use Hypercribe and/or the MIDI tool to set key velocities for certain notes.  Unfortunately, Human Playback overrides any data created with the MIDI tool and relies primarily on Expressions to determine volumes.  I figured that this would be a perfect time for me to use the Auto-Dynamic Placement plug-in.  The plug-in is supposed to look at the MIDI data, and place Expressions in the score based on the key velocities in the MIDI tool.  It works ok, except I am running into one problem.
I cannot find a way to have it place an expression on every note where there is a change in velocity.  It only seems to place them in the score if there is a significant change.  Also, it seems to set the velocity to the default settings in the expression selection box.  Is there way to use this plug-in so it uses the values that I set them to in the MIDI tool?
Anyone have any ideas how I can do this more easily?  Hopefully I am just not using the plug-in correctly and there is way to do this.  Otherwise, this would be a great plug-in for one of you developers to start working on.  I’m sure there are a lot of other users who would like to be able to combine their MIDI data with Human Playback.

Post Edited (JUNE_PANIC) : 11/18/2003 1:40:26 AM GMT

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