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Old 12-15-2015, 09:41 AM
martin martin is offline
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Default instrument change on sounding chords

One slightly annoying feature I find when sounding chords written over a staff with the mouse.(see attached clip). When clicking a chord name with the mouse, the chord sounds on channel 1 and changes the instrument to a piano. I wonder if it necessary to do this. Why cant the chord sound on the track channel and leave the instrument unchanged. I notice when clicking a note head with the mouse no instrument change takes place and the note is played on the same channel as the track setting .
Martin
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