From: Piotr Sawicki <pelle@pl...> - 2004-12-27 01:22:42
>I investigated this a bit and I'm having problems with it myself. When
>I've made a part directly in the beginning of the song, it works just
>fine, but then I create a part beginning at bar 9. Adding a
>pan-controller to 10.01.000 gives me the pan-controller at 18.01.000.
I've created an empty part at the beginning with pencil tool and when I
press create new controller - muse quits.
When create controllers that are listed everything works fine.
But when I create an event in a part that doesn't begin at the very
create a part that starts in measuere 29,
insert a ctrl event in measure 33
ctrl event appears in measure 61
and when I extend that part, so it begins in measure 1 everything works.
>I found that it appears that the part offset isn't taken into account
>when adding the event. I'll be very happy if you could see if it's the
>same problem you're having (the position of the event will be the offset
>of the part + the event position you specify it).
So it seems that it is the same problem, but for me it muse takes the
part offset to much into account :-) ,
because the part beginning is added to the event position on insert.
>I'm going to
>investigate this a bit further, it looks like it applies to all the
>events you put in in the note editor... :-/ Anyway, a fix will probably
>be commited to the CVS later tonite. Thanks for the report!
let me know if it is in CVS!
I have found another bug in muse, it is an old one I think.
When I record a part on a track and start recording from a position
where is a previous part on the same track, after I press stop, the
previous part dissapears the recorded one is not visible too!
But when You can play them back and hear and after you another part that
was before these two invisible so it covers the area of the invisible
parts, you can see all midi events from invisible parts.
Parts sometimes dissapear while joining them together - I know, it
sounds silly, because the next part should be replaced by one big part,
but they dissapear, so there is a blank space. And when playing, I can
hear the invisible part. The same thing as with recording.
What do you think?
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