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Old 08-09-2016, 05:48 AM   #1
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Default Notation Bug - Tuplets on independent voices : beaming is broken (FIXED)

If you create a tuplet on voice 1 (default or high), channel 1 and then you draw a note below (with the same or a different channel), you cannot define independent beamings for each voice, as it should be.

A simple recipe :

- Create a 5:2 tuplet wherever you want in the score. Set it to high voice and channel 1.
- Now draw a single note on channel 2 below the first note of the tuplet. Set it to low voice... the beaming is clearly broken, as it forces the notes on the high voice to invert their beaming. You cannot define independent beamings for different voices when you have tuplets...

Tested on a fresh v5.22 install.
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Old 08-09-2016, 05:32 PM   #2
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I suppose it would make more sense to have user-created (not autodetected) tuplets be assigned to a voice, rather than a MIDI channel.
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Old 08-09-2016, 06:57 PM   #3
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I suppose it would make more sense to have user-created (not autodetected) tuplets be assigned to a voice, rather than a MIDI channel.
Hi Schwa! Regarding your statement, I agree with you. Right now, the use of tuplets in the score editor is limited to monophonic lines (at least visually in the score, of course, since you can always set them right in the piano roll, but that´s not the point). As we certainly need the ability to create tuplets on any voice and beam them in an independent manner, setting their voice in the tuplet dialog is surely a good option...

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