Absolutely! The bane of my existence here on Noteflight is the staccato markings. The accents being too loud I can deal with, but the staccatos always reduce the note down to something far too short, no matter what note they're placed on.
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Also, just found out, but flipping the toggle for vibrate to having your ringer on will restore sound to external speakers.
Try using headphones. Same thing's been happening to me on my apps that have audio, but they work when I'm using my headphones.
Yeah, that might work! Have the instruments as part of the app, and then temporarily download scores to edit while you have connection.
An editor app would definitely be useful. Even if you were limited to only the Basic voices while editing and couldn't use the current view/playback thing without Crescendo, we'd still be able to edit a score wherever we want (well, with internet connection, anyway). That would be pretty awesome, you know.
Ha ha! Two votes!
I'd vote for this... but I ran out of votes! Hang on, let me change my votes...
I'm actually surprised that this doesn't have many votes. I guess people just don't recognize the importance of being able to have live collaboration.
Why not ask support? They have direct contact with Mr. Joeberkovitzthefounderadminguy, don't they?
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There's already another idea up that says this, and it's more thorough, so you should probably move your votes there (http://feedback.noteflight.com/forums/4962-tell-us-your-thoughts-/suggestions/3022988-allow-movements-in-a-score). And no, there isn't any way to create movements within a piece. Yet
Retracting vote, this is planned on a different feedback idea.
We need this verily!
We do have timbales, and several other instruments that may not be so obvious. Please see this article for a complete explanation of our percussion setup. http://notes.noteflight.com/playing-techniques-and-how-to-notate-them/
I know, right? The team may have a lot on their plate, but how hard is it to get, at the very least, audio for chimes?
Pop quiz! What's the difference between a mark tree and wind chimes? (Cue Jeopardy music)
And the correct answer is... A mark tree is arranged in a straight line and wind chimes are usually circular!
There's another idea like this on here. Take your votes off this one, then search 'percussion' in the search bar. It should be the first one.
Ziddy, they really don't, though. Yes, they sound miles better than the Basic instruments, but they still don't sound like the real thing, you know? I'm pretty sure that most of us here on Noteflight are or were in a band or orchestra of some sort, so we would know what the instruments should sound like, and most of them don't. Take, for example, the French Horn in the peice I'm working on: http://www.noteflight.com/scores/view/3f8fcc3e287404f43b8446b14cc41fd21523eed5 . Even with two horn parts playing to one Alto Sax. and nothing else playing melody, you could only hear the sax., not the horns.
YES YES YES!! I am working on a piece and I have no way to do just "Mallet Percussion" without something like seven different parts (two of the instruments for it aren't even on Noteflight), and certainly no way to do a condensed "Percussion" part when I need eleven different instruments, some of which I am certain Noteflight does not have, such as Egg Shaker, Triangle, Mark Tree, Tambourine, and Claves (Not certain on those last two, but I'm pretty sure)