Re: [LAU] Linux-audio-user Digest, Vol 86, Issue 12

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Date: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 - 7:27 am

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rosea grammostola:

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Hi,

Hi, I don't know whether you are only asking about trackers
in general, or if you are asking about Radium as well (which
may, or may not, be a tracker).

But at least in Radium, you add polyphonic notes by holding
left shift while adding notes.

But to be honest, I've never used this feature myself. I always
use several monophonic tracks instead. It's a nice feature
when importing midi files though.

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rosea grammostola:=C2=A0
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Hi,

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