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Old 06-13-2017, 05:10 PM
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Default Re: Short notes on same pitch second note not sounding

Hi Tim,

I also use Photoscore's "MIDI Lite" product, and have noticed some of the same issues with shorter notes. I've tried importing those files into other notation software (not ours ) and see the same issues, so I think your surmise is correct. That said, the translation of Photoscore's engine is still pretty amazing, and for the number of pieces I've used it for it's still a very worthwhile piece of software, after you get to know it

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