I’m having trouble with Dorico sending unwanted CC1 information when inputting notes and selecting notes during playback. I have disabled auditioning during note input and selection from the settings.
The music I’m writing is mostly in p or pp, but whenever I input notes with the MIDI keyboard, dorico sends out CC1 signals that play back what sounds like ff in this context. Same happens if I click on a staff during playback: Dorico sends some kind of default CC1 value to that instrument (and usually it’s way louder than the current dynamic).
I’ve had this behaviour both with note performer and vst instruments, but at the moment it is especially bad as the music I’m writing is in such a quiet dynamic.
So my feature request would be that no unnecessary CC1 values would be sent during note input and selection during playback.
EDIT: Here are my steps to reproduce the problem:
Input notes with your mod wheel in a quiet dynamic. Dorico will send CC1 values that jump the dynamic back to mf (or f) after every inputted note.
Play back your music written in pp dynamic. While playing back, click on a staff where instrument is playing. Dorico again sends out CC1 that jumps the dynamic of that instrument back to mf or f.