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          Jonathan Sabin commented  · 

          This is especially a problem when a slur ends in the middle of a group of triplets, only more so. It seems as though when a slur ends on a triplet eighth note that isn't on a downbeat, the end of the slur shifts itself backwards when something else in that measure is changed. Most of the more annoying problems to do with slurs on the site usually get fixed fairly quickly, but I've noticed this one for a while.

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            Jonathan Sabin commented  · 

            I absolutely love Noteflight. It offers the most easily accessible music notation service, and it is one of the best educational tools for music theory in existence, and I say this from the perspective of a student AND a teacher. It's far from perfect, but it's a work in progress. And the progress has been mind-blowing. It amazes me, therefore, that in my almost five years as a subscriber to Noteflight Crescendo, there has been no apparent effort to change the god awful saxophone sound. The saxophone sound quality is barely improved from the free service to Crescendo. A well-played soprano, alto, or tenor saxophone should sound smooth and vibrant, not tinny and shrill. Please correct this problem. There's no reason that a service as exceptional as yours should allow this kind of flaw to persist. Thank you, and keep up the good work!

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