• Jul 11, 2018 - 03:39

"Flageoletti" is in the instrument resource, but it is not an instrument (the instrument is "flageolet").
Seemingly it makes reference to the flageolet or flageolett articulation of bowed instruments (a sort of thin, flute-like tone), but I cannot find where it appears in the user interface.


In reply to by MiningSquirrel1

Flageoletti are harmonics. The method for creating one depends on the instrument. If there is a string, you lightly touch the string in the proper place to play a harmonic. Reeded instruments use air control to play harmonics. The way they are notated is instrument specific and at times even note specific in the case of most stringed instruments.

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