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What determines the pitch used for auditioning pitchless snippets?


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Just wondering about this. Given a pitchless snippet like

'(q = = = )

What determines the pitch when auditioned? It's not preferences/audition, which says c4, but it's playing f4. I'm also puzzled by why the notation produced has a natural sign in front of the first note. I'm pretty sure it didn't used to do that.

 

I'm using V2.0.25787 on Catalina.

 

Thanks!

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So f4 is just a constant buried somewhere in the code?

 

What about the natural sign? I can't imagine that it has a purpose, so did it just creep in there as a bug? Here is an image showing the result:

638692852_UnnecessaryNatural.png.0bff8fd81d19bdb47f434ea704570c52.png

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