Hello all. I hope the summer is treating everyone well.
My issue happened today as I was writing out a snare line. As I was writing out the part that contains C2 (snare shell), Eb4 (RH Rims), C4(stick shot), D4 (cross stick), Ab4 (RH Hits), and G4 (RH Shots), the sounds were correct during input, but during playback, everything sounded as if it were a rim shot. I consulted the mapping diagrams, and I have everything on the correct line with the correct note head. The funny thing is that I was using some of those timbres early on the work, and they continue to playback fine. * I just went through and highighted the first note in the passage, the sounds playback correctly until I get to the first RH Rim, and then all the sounds go to a rim shot sound. * I did not do an instrument change, and I have deleted and re-typed the entire passage twice, to see if there was a fluke. I normally wouldn't care so much so close to a deadline, but the head director wants to have a recording. Has this happened to anyone before and if so, what is the cure?
...�� Now with a follow up question, is there anyway I can use the letter ";T"; in a keyboard shortcut and not have it be a technique text?
I believe that you can customize the program shortcuts any way you wish - including changing the defaults. Alter away!
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about 13 years ago
That ended up being it. I created my own little text shortcut for small text (control T) and that fixed it. Now with a follow up question, is there anyway I can use the letter ";T"; in a keyboard shortcut and not have it be a technique text?