@alexdmiller instead of dragging the parent interval along several times, you can enter it's duration manually in the "inspector" when you select it. maybe ste it to a few minutes longer than you soundfile. To fit the view to scale, you can simply double click on zoom bar instead of clicking and dragging up. Hope this helps
@alexdmiller did you try ctrl-scroll (or something like that ?) I think that’s how it works on the Mac. Don’t we also have a keyboard shortcut ?
you can clone it or download the zip and then you'll have to enter it's path in the Settings/Library of score
Hi guys, I'm trying to figure out the workflow for using score as essentially an OSC version of a midi tracker for Max, but it's not clear to me that it's a supported workflow. I went through the documentation and tutorials, and I have a simple beat set up, but I don't see a way to do e.g. chords or switch the timeline to track bars instead of raw time
hello, musical features are staged for the next version of score
2.5.2 do not have them yet
(there will be bars, tempo, etc... but it's a bit long to polish and release :-) )
for clarity, you may also want to rename your scenario inside the user library, and resize it veritcally once it is draged back in the loop
wow, nice! I didn’t know such thing was possible… we should definitely document the library
thanks for the feedback! For some reason I didn't manage to get the loop working when I tried yesterday morning (max/msp didn't receive the osc cues when put in a loop). I probably missed something stupid. Eventually, I got it working by using triggers coming from max. Probably not the most elegant but as long as the show runs ;) @thibaudk , I'll try your method for the next project!
@alx-s ah too bad, if you can send us the score we can try to investigate for a (probable)bug