#231 Muse 2.0 track forgets patch/volume settings

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Midi (45)
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2012-12-13
2012-09-18
Anonymous
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Reproduction recipe:
- create new midi channel
- assign it to a port (with an instrument mapped to it)
- select a patch from the instrument, choose volume, etcetera
- whenever you go to the start of the song, the track forgets all these settings and sets them to "off"
- same applies when setting these parameters in a part
- the only way to fix this is to hard code the parameters as control events in the part.

This is a functional design bug
- you would expect that the settings are stored or
- you would not expect them to but there is no indication of how to remember them.

Thanx in advance.

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    Anonymous - 2012-09-18

    If the "Channel info" group is only meant to display the state of the current track, the controls should be read-only.

     
  • Florian

    Florian - 2012-10-11

    This behaviour is a bit strange, but it's not a bug, it's a feature™.

    There are buttons next to the controls you can manipulate. When you click that button, the change is actually stored to the song, doing what you want.

    I agree that this is quirky and should possibly be changed. We'll discuss this on our mailing list (which everyone is invited to join, btw.)

     
  • terminator356

    terminator356 - 2012-12-13
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  • terminator356

    terminator356 - 2012-12-13

    Around the time of removal of Song Type, some re-writes
    and user Settings were also added to fix this problem.

    Hope it works better for you now. Maybe more to evolve?
    Introduced into MusE-2.1-RC1, I believe.

    Tim.

     

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