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Set up Interval Recognition Tester (button) - (no tooltip help yet)Tool tip help - F1Organise Windows - F2What to show on pictures of Piano Style Keyboards (Ctrl + 111) - What to show on music keyboard pictures - note names, intervals etc...Test yourself - Randomise Pattern (button) - cPC Keyboard Player (Ctrl + 112) - Play with PC Keyboard - percussion, or melodic instruments, with sustain, and sostenuto and various layouts including Janko style keyboard...Auto update when these values change here (check box) - (no tooltip help yet)Auto update when these values change here (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)Parameters to tweak to change sound (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)n (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)a (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)Pattern 1 to play (list of intervals) (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)Results (editable) - (no tooltip help yet)
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Interval Recognition Tester

What to show on pictures of Piano Style Keyboards (Ctrl + 111)

What to show on music keyboard pictures - note names, intervals etc...

Choose what to show on pictures of the music keyboard when you play notes. Also various other display options such as text size, width in octaves and so on.

This is for any of the windows that have a picture of the music keyboard - the main window Music Keyboard player, multi-line player, and the Scale, Arpeggio and Seed edit windows.

If you select the Beating Partials option - note that this will show the Beats window whenever you play a chord.

These music keyboard pictures - though very similar looking to a conventional music keyboard, actually have the white keys of two sizes - the D, G and A keys are a little broader than the others. This is so that the width of the key can correspond exactly to the pitch range that it spans.

The stretchy keyboard options let you show the normal music keyboard and below it, another version which is stretched or compressed to show the notes to press on your Midi keyboard to get the desired pitches. This can be useful when you play notes from a music keyboard in Bounce Metronome or use Bounce Metronome for composition retuning via Midi In.

Test yourself - Randomise Pattern (button)

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PC Keyboard Player (Ctrl + 112)

Play with PC Keyboard - percussion, or melodic instruments, with sustain, and sostenuto and various layouts including Janko style keyboard...

You can choose what to play using On Screen Keyboards - Volume Sensitivity etc (Ctrl + 24) - with options for instance to play a different part for each row of the pc keyboard. The option to play melodic instruments using a Janko hexagonal keyboard type layout is in the More (several times) version of On Screen Keyboards - Volume Sensitivity etc (Ctrl + 24).

You can set what to show, and also set which keys are used as the sustain or sostenuto pedals in On screen keyboards - To Show, sustain, sostenuto, and controller (Ctrl + 123)

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