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On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 8:55 AM, Rustom Mody wrote:
This happens with a score Ive typed up
With the 'Promenade' example that musescore comes with it works fine -- ie
it plays both hands.
So is that musescore plays 2 staves fine but with 3 it plays only 1?
No: I tried with another 2-staff piece I typed and it only plays right hand.
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Handly little trick with QJackCtl Setup dialog, "Options" tab:Execute script after startup:a2jmidid -e &ThanksNow my situation is like this:In musescore I =
have a score in 3 staves -- plays properly on my computer
When playing into the keyboard I only hear the top voice.Connec=
tions are like this:midi tab has mscore1 readable which opens up into m=
score-midi-1 and mscore-midi-2 (why 2 when I have 3 voices?)
Update:This happens with a score Ive ty=
ped upWith the 'Promenade'=A0 example that musescore comes with=
it works fine -- ie it plays both hands.So is that musescore plays 2 s=
taves fine but with 3 it plays only 1?
No: I tried with another 2-staff piece I typed and it only plays right hand=