Just to remind of my short notice there, that I thought accent was a gradual parameter? Linux DSSI plugin and now an internal plugin in Carla has accent and it is gradual.


On Tue, Jun 17, 2014 at 8:33 PM, Vesa <dii.dii@nbl.fi> wrote:

On 06/17/2014 06:24 PM, DeRobyJ (giakkaHotmail surrogate) wrote:
> Then you only read the lower note with an automation... May be a
> solution in theory, but I feel like this will make the playback
> glitchy or slow...
> I mean, even if two notes are played at the same time, they're
> processed one after the other,

Actually, they're not. Two notes that are played at the same time are
processed at the same time in parallel threads. Which one starts
processing first (or finishes first) is also undefined, and the number
of threads is undefined (depends on the system).

So in order to implement per-note controls, we need actual per-note
controls which can be set per-note. We currently have 3 per-note
controls: volume, pan and pitch. Those are fairly generic, and if we
want any more specific, instrument-dependent per-note controls, then we
need some kind of new interface (API) for instrument plugins to expose
these controls to LMMS.

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