Update, added at least now note column fx movement... See post above.
It still does not move the track fx. So still a note movement which consists of a midi command will result in chaos. I skipped this, because I am not sure how to handle it properly. Let's say there are two note columns, one with a midi command:
inst inst | pan | pan | | del. | | del. | | | note fx | | | track fx | | | | | | | | C-4 01 40 90 0000 E-4 01 M1 C0 0000 4000 Groove tool now moves the notes down by 40 ticks: C-4 01 40 D0 0000 --- -- -- -- ---- 4000 <- destroyed midi command --- -- -- -- ---- E-4 01 M1 00 0000 0000
In this scenario, should the M1 stay in line 1, without a note, only instr. num? so only stay, 1. if notes still left in line 1 + 2. a midi command was used in pan?
Could the devs give me some information/discussion on how to properly handle those cases? Are you planning to improve the midi command handling anyway?
How do I know which track fx column belongs to the midi command? Is it always the first one?
Edited by ffx, 20 August 2016 - 00:14.