Hi florian,

On 10/11/2012 03:46 PM, Florian Jung wrote:
about the "modify velocity" dialog:

I also noticed when you close the dialog the Arranger becomes active
hiding the pianoroll - would be a real annoyance for anyone trying
to work quickly...
I cannot reproduce that here. Note that both the arranger and the piano
roll offer this menu entry; you probably want to use the piano roll's entry!

Tim, actually claimed this and I can reproduce it. While in Piano Roll window selecting the "modify velocity" menu minimizes the Piano Roll window and goes in the "Arrange" window.

"At the same time which is weird is that if I 'modify velocity' to say 
40%, the next time I input a note in the piano role editor the velocity 
is at a really low level and not at 100% or whatever the default gets 
set to? 100 or whatever?? Again numerical values would be useful here."
This dialog is actually intended for quickly altering a whole bunch of
notes' velocities, keeping their ratio. That is, you can use it to make
a passage more quiet, still keeping "louder" and "quieter" notes in it.

The "100%" or "70%" mean: The new velocity will be 70% of the old velocity.
(You could reach what you want to do by using 0% and an offset of what
you want. "Offset" is in real velocity levels, from 0 to 127; but that's
not what the dialog was made for. Like Tim said, there's a toolbar which
does what you want.)

Yep, I've managed to start getting the toolbar to work minus the little bug which I posted in my response to Tim; of multiple notes being selected and edited maxes out the velocity to 127.

hope this helps.




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