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Old 10-25-2016, 12:58 PM
iandg iandg is offline
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Wink separation of closely-adjacent notes

Hallo

I'm working with a midi file from the Internet which is clearly a midi-recording, not a keyboard entry file - trying to derive a score to play from myself.
The piece makes a feature of hammering-on in the melody, and sometimes in the chording. The two notes are always clearly not simultaneous, though very close. Composer always (ie with any variation of controls I've been able to find) renders them as simultaneous in the staff notation.
Given there is actually a sequential element somewhere in the midi record (or we would hear them as simultaneous ?) is there a setting in the transcription or quantise options that will produce a visual separation in the notation ?

Many thanks

Ian G.
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