it would really be very handy to have the sound of the note you’re going to input with the mouse in Score editor, I know there’s an option you can activate to hear all notes, but it’s really terrible, because I just want to hear notes when clicking on the mouse button, not when moving around in the score editor.
Hey there, not at all, the Acoustic Feedback is a real mess in the score editor, actually it makes the notes always sound when you move the mouse on the score, this is a real cacophony, did you ever try it ? And when you click a note to be entered in the score you don’t have the sound at all, so it really doesn’t work the way it should be Maybe it’s a bug but at least here it doesn’t work, it would really be cool if this option worked like in Piano roll where it works as intended.
Hello, it has been an issue here since Cubase Pro 8 (my initial version of cubase) and still happens in V8.51 … I installed Cubase a few times now and always happens.
As soon as I open the score editor and activate Acoustic Feedback it produces sounds from the whole note range you move on the staff and when you click the notes stop working. So yes this seems to be a bug if this works for you.
Maybe best if I make a video of it so you can see what happens here ?
Hi there, sorry again, but no it doesn’t work, if I disable that option in preferences, then I don’t hear anything at all, I mean, with the Acoustic Feedback option enabled I don’t hear anything here ???
And with the option Show Pitch activated I get those noisy feedback issue.
So to be clear, when yo activate Acoustic Feedback and you input new notes you hear the sounds ? Definitely not happening here, I can ONLY hear sounds when you select already recorded notes with the object selection tool, not when inputting new notes.
Ok, thanks Steve, I see what’s happening, no corruption at all of files, my installation works nice here for the rest, you have to wait a second before you hear the note, but why so long ? I was expecting the same behavior as in midi editor, so yes, it works, but it’s long compared to the midi editor where you can hear the note immediately. I understand you guys think this is as expected, but I don’t find it logic and still would prefer to see it work like in midi editor (note that I’m using the score editor as midi editor).
In a practical situation, what I mean is that’s it’s not that easy to enter for example a run of 16 notes if you have to wait so long before you can hear the note, it would be really easier if you could hear the note immediately. cheers