4 Feature requests
My first feature request would be about repeats. Texts such as "Play only the first/second time" for both repeat barlines and D.C./D.S. should be included. Also a "Play repeats both times" text for D.C./D.S. sections with repeats in it, would also be appreciated. All these texts of course, should have an appropriate playback.
Furthermore, I would like to ask one more time, for tempo texts. Here's a list with the most common tempo texts, in my opinion: (molto/poco) slarg., (molto/poco) rit., (molto/poco) ritard., (molto/poco) rall., (molto/poco) allarg., (molto/poco) accel., (molto/poco) strig., Piu Moto, Alla Breve, rubato, a Tempo, Grave, Largo, Lento, Pesante, Adagio, Andante, Maestoso, Moderato, Tempo Marzialle, Animato, Allegro, Con Brio, Con Moto, Vivace, Presto, Prestissimo, Veloce, Slower, Faster, Meno Mosso, Piu Mosso.
Other kind texts, should be pizz., arco, Mute/Con Sord., Open/Senza Sord. and choke for the cymballs, with playback if possible.
Moreover, there are some accent texts, like fp, sf, sff, sfp, sfpp, sfz, sffz, rf, rfz, fz, which can be found in the Dynamics pallete and have no default velocity, therefore they have no playback. I know that one can set a default velocity on them and then add them in a custom pallete, like I have done, but this kind of "Dynamics" apply only on just one note and not on a whole passage, so this kind of playback is techinically not correct. Instead, accent texts should be programmed to apply on just one note and then the rest of the passage should be playbacked with the dynamic used before the accent text. What I also want to point out about the dynamics, is that there are no cresc. and dim./decresc. texts with accurate playback. Even the hairpins don't actually playback when they are applied on whole/half notes.
Finally, I would appreciate it if the cross-staff arpeggios playbacked correctly.
Of course, I'm not expecting the developers to have everything done by version 2.0.2, but I would be glad to see all, or at least most of those features, by the end of the year. Thanks for your time reading this thread and I hope you will take them into serious consideration.
With Kind Regards,