MuseSounds Oboe "s̶k̶i̶p̶s̶" [delays] descending notes [edited]
In preparing practice files for a chorale, I use the Oboe for Treble clef voices, but in a passage for Abbie Betinis's "In The Bleak Midwinter," I have to resort to converting the composer's eighth note to a 16th tied to a dotted 32nd with a 64th rest in order to the the following eighth note to sound [when it should]. Otherwise, it's as though the following (descending) note d̶oe̶s̶n̶'̶t̶ ̶e̶x̶i̶s̶t̶ follows a sixteenth-note rest.
[In a later reply, I include a minimal case: a four-measure extract from the piece demonstrating the issue, at least for me. Your milage may vary.]
The image attachments show the composer's intent and the hack I resorted to to get the C following the (hacked-up) F to sound [on the beat].
Note: It is possible that I just don't know how Oboes work 🙂, but I think F5 to C5 on slow eighths is not outrageous.