I am having trouble getting Swing playback to turn off as expected so I have set up a very simple project - minimal - to reproduce problem:
Test sample with single instrument and Tempo set to 2:1 swing 8ths (fixed) q = 100 using the tempo popover. Part being played simply consists of a series of quavers
Enabled Swing play back via Ctrl-Shift-P ; Default Rhythmic feel
5 bars later use Tempo Popover to change tempo to Straight (no swing) q = 100
On playback the whole piece is played in Swing; i.e. it fails to revert to Straight when it should
What am I doing wrong/missing?
When you reset are you doing “Straight (no swing) q=100” as a single entry in the popover? If so, that’s where you’re going wrong. First input Shift-T st - start typing and then use the arrow keys and Enter to select the precomposed “straight” entry from the list. This will fix playback and give you a hidden object (and a signpost if these are set to show). Then invoke the Shift-T popover again and type whatever you want to appear on the page.
I wondered what I was doing wrong, now I know
I’m with Dorico 3.5.
If you try to change from swing to straight 8s it is not possible in the middle of the bar, only at the beginning. That’s a pitty. Creating 2 bars of 2/4 and erasing the time signature and the barline? What a workaround this would be !
Nope…if you hide time signatures, all is still fine, but as soon as you erase the barline, the straight 8s playback doesn’t work anymore. I tried to scale the barline to ‘0’ or to make it invisible…without success…no workaround so far.
Ah, I could create a dashed barline and change the design of the dashed barline to ‘invisible’