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Charles Lawrence
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   Posted 6/27/2014 9:47 AM (GMT -6)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.

olegnafinale and others,


I have revised and enhanced my script to delete notes from a chord.  In fact you can set it to delete notes even if they are not in a chord, and/or in voice2, and/or hidden.  You can also choose which layers to delete from and what MIDI octave (0-8) or any MIDI octave, the note, and the accidental.  Enharmonic spellings are not considered equivalent for the purpose of this script.


I started a new thread so this will be at the top of the list.


Sorry for the long wait, but this was a tricky one.  I believe it to be accurate.  Let me know if you find a problem.

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