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Old 06-08-2017, 08:27 PM
Tim Mariott Tim Mariott is offline
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Default Short notes on same pitch second note not sounding

I am trying to input a score that has lots of 1/16 notes followed by 1/8 notes. As long as the 1/8 note has a different pitch all is fine, but if the 1/8 note is the same pitch as the preceding 1/16 note than the second note does not sound.
I have tried shortening the duration of the 1/16 note or even moving it back but the 1/8 note still will not sound.
This is a practice file for choir members and so it is important that all notes in the vocal line do sound correctly.
Song in question is "You raise me up": current draft attached.
Any suggestions please?
Thanks
Tim
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