Still having terrible luck with expression maps playing back using Spitfire Audio samples. Even in today’s update, the first note of a piece doesn’t seem to playback with the proper technique, it waits till the 2nd bar.
Testing using a simple line that includes nat. set up for normal arco (non legato) samples. Legato triggers the legato patch (and I have slurs on the notes so as to properly have the lengthened note value. Spiccato notes, Staccato 8ths, then back to legato on an eighth note line (slurred in groups of 2), with the final group slurring to a whole note.
The first note plays as Spiccato, natural arco), the 2nd note finally picks up the arco. The first set of legatos work fine, except that the final note under the slur reverts back nat arco. The spiccato’s work fine, however the 2 following staccatos play spiccato samples. These should be triggered as staccato by using the staccato dot - that should override the spiccato, should it not? That’s how my expression map is played. The final legatos, slurred in groups of two, the last (second) notes of the slur revert back to spiccato, including the last slur that ends on a whole note. (gets played spiccato). And hence, when I play from the beginning, that is why the first note gets played spiccato, even through nat. is on the first note.
Could someone explain this odd behavior? Could someone also explain the “Has Exclusion Group” settings? Currently they are all check to have inclusion group 1. Also, do I need to set up off events in the expression map options? Maybe a video walk through could help.