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This is what you get in the More version of this window (you use the More button to show it).
Most Recent Note Played from Midi In
Make arp. start with @a (check box)
Select to enable selection of alternative pitches - prefixes arpeggio with @a
Shows all the notes currently in play - midi channels and cents values...
Really, you only need this if curious to see where they are relayed too, and what the pitch bend values are in cents - some musicians like this information to be at hand for sequencing.
Most will probably find Bs | Notes in Play more useful.
This just shows the notes currently playing at this very moment - though you can also set it to refresh only on note ons so it then shows the situation as it was last time there was any activity.
Pos. in arp. (scale) (editable)
- or b here usually indicates one scale degree higher / lower...
The number of #s or bs shows the number of scale degrees in the accidental.
Example - if the arpeggio is say 5, and the accidental takes it up an extra two scale degrees to 7, then it will be shown as 5##
If you have half flats / sharps notation switched on in the Accidentals symbols and special opts (Ctrl + 61) then + / - is used for single scale degree steps when the arpeggio steps are large enough.
This notation can be used if there are any arpeggio steps of at least 3 scale degrees. Then + is used for + 1, - for -1, # for + 2, #+ for +3 etc.
If you have twelfth tone notation switched on, this will be used for any arpeggio with a step of at least six scale degrees, and as before simply shows the number of scale degrees in the accidental. So for instance, the Maneri Sims ^ when used in this field is just used as a shorthand for +1. The > then is short for +2, and ] for +3.
As you can see, this isn't intended as an implementation of any conventional sharps / flats notation. It is intended just as an abbreviated way to show the number of scale degrees in the accidental, so that you can see that at a glance. It may sometimes coincide with conventional notation for some scales, but that is more or less accidental.
Respond to pitch bends (check box)
Ignore any pitch bends in the file you are retuning...
Normally this is unselected, so that if the file has pitch swoops and glissandi in it, the retuned notes will get pitch inflected in the same way.
However, if the midi clip has already been retuned to some twelve equal temperament, say, you may wish to ignore the original tuning in order to try it out with other tunings. If so, select this to ignore the original tunings.
If you don't do this, Bounce Metronome will treat the pitch bends in the file as additional pitch bends on top of your desired tuning.