I’m getting a lot of clipped playback. Unadorned crotchets playing as quavers etc.
I know everyone does it (Sibelius etc) but playing back a percentage is wrong thinking.
Musicians don’t do it. It may be simple and convenient from an engineering POV, but it’s wrong.
Can I suggest that gaps between notes be based on other things such as reality of playing. For example a gap between an up-bow and down-bow is pretty much fixed. The gap for a breath on a flute is also pretty much fixed. That gap to tongue a note on a wind instrument is also pretty consistent.
None of these gaps are a consistent percentage of the written note value.
Play a slow whole note for 95% and you get a large unseemly gap. All the combinations of percentage durations for slurs and notes makes it pretty much impossible to get Dorico to play back as a human would unless you start editing individual note durations.