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    Question multi-voice per channel

    Hi, why can't I let the woods play chords (using one channel) like the brass and strings?

    I for example often use two flutes in my pieces and to save space on the score I put both flutes on the same stave. But when I try to play it with GPO studio or in Cubase I just hear one note not two. However, when I do the same with brass then it works.

    What's the reason for this?
    Sincerely,
    Falcon1


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    Re: multi-voice per channel

    Just a thought: polyphony.

    Flute solo is 1. Ensemble flutes are multi (6 I think). Polyphonic in SONAR with this combo, but not if you're sending just to the solo flute. You can also change the polyphony on the solo flute to >1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billp
    Just a thought: polyphony.

    Flute solo is 1. Ensemble flutes are multi (6 I think). Polyphonic in SONAR with this combo, but not if you're sending just to the solo flute. You can also change the polyphony on the solo flute to >1.
    LOL! OMG! I'm so stupid!
    Sincerely,
    Falcon1


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    Re: multi-voice per channel

    Falcon1,

    The polyphony of any instrument can be adjusted to suit your needs. Keep one thing in mind though when adjusting the solo wind instruments: The tongue/slur function of the sustain pedal will be lost with any setting higher than “1.” That’s why it defaults to “1.”

    Tom

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