[PD] makenote and duplicate notes
lt at westnet.com
Fri Apr 9 10:41:06 CEST 2004
On Friday 09 April 2004 03:07, Frank Barknecht wrote:
> Larry Troxler hat gesagt: // Larry Troxler wrote:
> > On Thursday 08 April 2004 13:54, Frank Barknecht wrote:
> > > If you want polyphony, you need to use [poly] afterwards and route
> > > notes accordingly. A [poly 1 1] will implicitly create a note-off
> > > before the second note comes, whereas a [poly 1] (== [poly 1 0]) will
> > > simply ignore the second, overlapping note altogether. ([poly 2 1]
> > > will route it to the second voice.)
> > Ouch, so much for using Poly as is on my current project then. It
> > apparently needs to be enhanced a bit, because what you're saying, it
> > seems that Poly doesn't allow overlapping notes with the same key.
> > Hopefully you're wrong about this - it would definitly be a bit
> > unexpected if poly would not allow more than one note on the same key.
> Note, that my example used [poly 1], which is a poly with just 1
> single voice. It would definitly be a bit unexpected if poly *would*
> allow more than one note at the same time at all in that case. ;)
> If you'd have a [poly 2] or more than poly does allow overlapping
> notes of the same key, it plays both on different voices.
Ugh, of course. I think I need some sleep!
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