LdBeth Posted September 27, 2021 Share Posted September 27, 2021 It seems the `fermata` attribute would cause tempo change in MIDI output, however when combined with changing tempo in `def-score`, the restored level is the last value in the `:tempo` list, which I guess is a bug. the problem can be demonstrated by the following code snippet: (setf ns '((q a4b4d5fs5cs6 mp arp e b5 e5 q fs4g4b4d5a5 arp d5) (q c3g3d4e4b4 arp h. a5b5d6 #|fermata|#) ;; uncomment this ((leg e b2 fs3 s a3 e d4 s_h e4)) ;; the tempo starts here will be whichever is the last ((leg e b2 fs3 s a3 e d4 s_h e4)) ;; in the `:tempo' list, which is 164 ((leg e d4fs4a4 mf marc d4 e4 cs4e4gs4 marc cs4 e4 d4fs4cs5 marc d4 leg)) ((leg e e4 d4fs4a4 marc d4 e4 cs4e4gs4 marc cs4 d4fs4cs5 marc d4)))) (def-score score (:key-signature '(d major) :time-signature '(4 4) :tempo '((q :rit 74 70 1/32 :bars 2) (70 2) (164 3) ) :layout (list '(:treble notes)) ) (notes :omn ns)) My current version is 2.2.26652. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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