On Sun, 14 Jun 2020 08:15:25 +0100
Will Godfrey <willgodf...@musically.me.uk> wrote:

>On Sat, 13 Jun 2020 22:40:34 -0400
>Ted Felix <t...@tedfelix.com> wrote:
>>On 6/12/20 3:29 PM, Arnaldo Pirrone wrote:
>>> It looks like rosegarden sets the duration of the notes manually 
>>> inserted from the piano roll into the drum track to 3840. This causes 
>>> the velocity ruler to appear clogged up like you can see in the attached 
>>> picture.  
>>   Actually, the code to do this is more complicated than just 3840.  It 
>>adjusts the size to end at the end of the bar, or at the beginning of 
>>the next note(s) of the same pitch.  I have no idea why.  My best guess 
>>is that it is trying to make all percussion notes contiguous to a 
>>certain extent.  No drum synth that I've seen cares about note-offs, though.
>>   I modified the relevant part of the code to go with 64th notes and it 
>>seems to work fine.  Even open/closed hat work exactly as expected.
>>   Before I push this, does anyone have any ideas why there might be 
>>such a complicated algorithm for computing the end of a percussion note? 
>>  The relevant code is here if you want to have a look:
>>   MatrixPercussionInsertionCommand::getEndTime()
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>There is a problem I've noticed that might be related to this. When I run the
>synthesised drum sounds in Yoshimi Things like open Hi Hat, Crash Cymbal with a
>long tail (but can be muted) get cut short by Rosegarden, compared with 
>driven by a keyboard. This means I can't vary the tail length. Those that have
>a fixed length tail independent of note-off aren't bothered.

Replying to myself...
It's actually more weird than that! If I set a drum track by itself, it seems
to work exactly as I want. If it is an existing project with multiple tracks,
the problem appears!

Will J Godfrey
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