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  • Multiple key switch

    Hi, I am interesting to upgrade to solo string syn.... But a question, I see from tutorials video that synchrone player use multiple key switch, so, cause I work in dorico, how can I do that? I see that the dimension tree works in this way, so I have no idea how to switch from articulations using multiple key switch... Maybe I misanderstand something..

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    @cristiangscheidel said:

    Hi,
    I am interesting to upgrade to solo string syn.... But a question,
    I see from tutorials video that synchrone player use multiple key switch, so, cause I work in dorico, how can I do that?
    I see that the dimension tree works in this way, so I have no idea how to switch from articulations using multiple key switch... Maybe I misanderstand something..

    If I understand you correctly, this is really a Dorico question. Dorico Expression Maps allow you to enter multiple keyswitch assignments, so they are not a problem.

    I suggest you bring this up on the Dorico forum:

    https://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewforum.php?f=246

    Also you can consult the manual and YouTube videos to gain a better understanding of Dorico playback. It is actually quite complex and usually requires some time and effort to understand and master.


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