From: Steven Yi <stevenyi@gm...> - 2008-03-09 05:53:22
I've just completed a first implementation of a graphical tempo editor
for blue, allowing the user to edit tempo by using a line editor that
is placed above the timebar when made visible.
So far, my changeLog note is:
[new] - Tempo Editor - allows graphical editing of tempo on timeline for
root polyObject; clicking "Use Tempo" checkbox will enable use of
tempo line and clicking of down arrow will show the tempo for
editing or collapse it to reduce screen space usage; if enabled,
will generate a Csound t-statement to control global tempo; older
project which manually added t-statements in global orc will run
correctly as tempo editor is not enabled by default; right-clicking
on tempo line area when in edit mode will allow option to edit
point values by table or to set the min/max bpm for the tempo line
with option to truncate or rescale line point values for new min/max
If anyone has a chance to test from CVS, that'd be great.
Otherwise, I think also that there are issues with running csound and
getting the current tempo. Is this true? If so, I think I can create
a blue meta-opcode, something like:
that will return the current tempo for the score. Does that sound
useful for tempo-synced effects, etc.?
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