Dear fellow Doricians,
I know I wrote once about this — and I’ve been unable to find where…
I was wondering whether rhythmical condensation was in the pipeline (or the backlog). I mean, the ability to write tuplets in the strings and some winds, as in this Roméo & Juliette Ouverture, and check an option and get the “tremolo” version (so efficient to earn horizontal space, and very understandable)
Gounod – Romeo et Juliette – Ouverture.zip (1 MB)
By the way, “developing” those tuplets was the only way to get the accurate rhythm in playback, as Dorico does not play tuplet tremolos yet. I hope this is coming too !