I’ve been consistently finding that on wake after sleep on the computer (Mac, with Dorico running) that the audio engine is running and takes MIDI input, even if Dorico is in the background, with no notes selected, so normally it silences itself*. You have to select Dorico, turn the audio output on and off again a time or two, and at some point the engine figures out itself and will remain silent when it’s not the foreground app, and also when note input isn’t the mode.
Also, a master mute up on the top bar, next to the metronome would be helpful. Or simply allow the “On” switch that is there to be turned off. I’m not sure what the purpose is other than to indicate the engine is ready. But the button acts like pressing it should do something, but it doesn’t. Anyhow allowing us to turn that off and mute is an idea, but better for a dedicated mute button.
- The day before I ended in Logic or MainStage, doing work. Dorico was silent at that point. The next morning I’m getting double audio output first thing, first from MainStage or Logic that I’m looking at, and in the background Dorico likes to chime in