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Help and Questions / Re: Shift + left mouse button problem
« Last post by Saga Musix on March 07, 2017, 11:46:13 »
Ok troll
Provocations like this are not welcome on this forum.
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Help and Questions / Re: Shift + left mouse button problem
« Last post by herodotas on March 07, 2017, 07:58:22 »
Thanks, Saga.

Just for my curiosity, which plugin(s) have this shift-lmb combo for precise parameter tunings?

Ok troll, Xhip synth for example.
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Help and Questions / Re: Shift + left mouse button problem
« Last post by Saga Musix on March 06, 2017, 23:28:19 »
There is now (r7744) a new hidden setting, "VST Plugins.EnableMidiMappingInEditor", which can be set to 0 for disabling this feature.
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Help and Questions / Re: Shift + left mouse button problem
« Last post by LPChip on March 06, 2017, 23:14:18 »
Just for my curiosity, which plugin(s) have this shift-lmb combo for precise parameter tunings?
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Help and Questions / Shift + left mouse button problem
« Last post by herodotas on March 06, 2017, 21:45:39 »
Hi,
my problem is that i work with VST plugins, some of them use shift+lmb combination for presice parameters tuning. In my case, this combination open MIDI mapping window, which also opens with Ctrl+F3. I want disable Shift+lmb, but cant find this in Keyboard setup windows.

I found in manual this: "You can call this dialog from the View menu or use the “Learn” mode by pressing Shift while modifying a parameter in an active plugin GUI. The modified plugin and plugin parameter are then automatically filled into the appropriate fields.", so I'm doing the presumption, that this is OpenMPT native, nonconfigurable setting. Please do the possibility change it. 
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General Chatter / Re: Octave Numbers
« Last post by Wodd on March 04, 2017, 05:57:06 »
That was what I was looking for. Thank you
I was not familiar with the term scientific pitch notation.
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General Chatter / Re: Octave Numbers
« Last post by Saga Musix on March 03, 2017, 15:31:11 »
What you are looking for is scientific pitch notation. OpenMPT's octave numbering doesn't follow scientific pitch notation.
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General Chatter / Octave Numbers
« Last post by Wodd on March 03, 2017, 14:53:06 »
I am curious about something. I read about instruments being tuned to a note followed by a number. For example, G-2 for a bass guitar or double bass. How is the 2 derived exactly? Is it based on the piano, with the leftmost key being, for example, C-0 or C-1? I understand that it is an octave number. But, what I am not sure of is how it is derived (as I am guessing that it is not "random").
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Is your ALSA default device using dmix?
Yes.

So, your dmix is configured for about 93ms of latency. The numbers are not all that surprising then.

Note that PulseAudio does not use a fixed period and buffer output strategy but rather a huge buffer which may be filled on as short notice as required, allowing it to dynamically work with appropriate application to outputjack latency as required and desired per application. That is, IMHO, way better suited for occasional DAW usage than dmix is.
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