Chord symbol playback doesn't follow swinged eights
S4 - Minor
First of all, thanks a whole bunch for a feature I've been wanting for a several years.
Chord playback doesn't follow shuffled eights, thus the chord playback sounds off in a swinged tune.
To reproduce, create chords on an off-beat in a bar where swinged eights is enabled. I have also attached a file demonstrating the issue.
OS: Windows 10 (10.0), Arch.: x86_64, MuseScore version (64-bit): 18.104.22.16803, revision: f469566
See attached score. The staff notes play back in swing time but the chord symbols don't.
That's much more by design rather than a bug (but even if a bug, I don't think it'd be Major), so would rather be a "Suggestion" to get swing playback implemented for chord symbols
Came up again in https://musescore.org/en/node/310822
I'll call it a bug, but indeed, not really a "major" one according to our guidelines.
Relates to #310930: [EPIC] Issues with Chord Symbols playback
Sorry, my english is too bad to say what i have to. So i say it in french:
Le problème se pose aussi avec les articulations ce qui donne un rendu assez bizarre sur un accent par exemple. Le volume augmente avant la note . Je sais que le rendu n'est pas la priorité mais j'espère que le problème sera traité dans la prochaine version. Un grand bravo quand même pour ce logiciel qui s'améliore toujours :-)
In reply to Le problème se pose aussi… by zicmuse
"The problem also arises with the joints which gives a rather bizarre rendering on an accent for example. The volume increases before the note. I know that rendering is not the priority but I hope that the problem will be addressed in the next version. A big congratulations anyway for this software that is always improving :-)"
Came up again in https://musescore.org/en/node/345008
I highly appreciate that you've created an update for MuseScore 4 with the goal to solve lots of bugs and issues, but I see, that chord symbol playback in swing style still doesn't work. That's a pity. I just wanted to bring it to your attention that this problem still exists.