Currently Being ModeratedJan 12, 2013 9:39 PM (in response to Funkyjeans)
In which way are they incorrect? Wrong pitch, wrong length? You might look at your score in the piano roll view to see what's wrong.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 7, 2013 2:16 PM (in response to Funkyjeans)
Thanks for responding!
The notes are the wrong pitch. I've looked in the piano roll, there are no visible errors.
In the score I have entered these notes:
Dflat, Aflat, Eflat, G, Aflat These are all entered in the bass clef. There is a rest in the treble clef.
I see the notes I've entered on the score, I see the piano roll is correct, but when I playback what I have already written, I hear a Bflat along with or instead of the notes I have entered. My key signature is 4 flats, and I have not entered a B on my score at that point. It is happening in several parts of the score. It seems that it keeps happening when there are rests in the treble clef. It seems fine when I have notes in the treble clef. If this is the reason this is happening, how can I enter notes below middle C that are played with the RH in the top staff? If this is not the reason, what is?
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 8, 2013 4:45 AM (in response to Funkyjeans)
You cannot assign the notes to one of the staffs, GB just divides the parts at the middle C and puts everything below that in the bass clef.
So there is a note that sounds even if it's neither visible in the notation nor in the piano roll view? Could it be on another track? Otherwise I have no explanation to offer, sorry.