To transpose a note, use CTRL + Click and drag up/down on the head of the note block. This is the best (fastest and most accurate) way to transpose a note block. With the wheel you can transpose the entire grid. It is also recommended to use a mouse with a precision sensor (do not use the touch pad of a laptop).
Are you using a mouse? You just have to point with the pointer where you want to deposit.
Yeah, try trying another mouse. I assure you that the programming related to scrolling horizontally and vertically is the same. In fact, if there is a problem, it should be the other way around, because it may be the case that there is more horizontal distance (slower, until 512 lines) than vertical distance (faster, until 120 notes) in the total surface of the grid.
How about (optionally) block selecting notes in the pattern editor, when clicking and selecting notes in PRS’s song mode? Then I can transpose and edit in the pattern editor. The song mode gives a great overview.
@fiasko. This is already added and working for the next version. Although in song playback mode I don’t want to enable any kind of direct editing, I’ve made an experimental exception here. If I see that it is really useful I will leave it included.
I am pleased to announce the release of version 5.2.503 of Piano Roll Studio. This new version is of maintenance and includes some new features.
All new features are listed in the Update History (first comment on this thread).
This new version 5.2 of the PRS is a post-update, usually after a major version is released, that includes bug fixes as well as some new features.
Basically, this new version is about improving the existing text information overlaid on the panels.
Also, a new command has been added [CTRL SHIFT] + Wheel, which allows you to transpose the previously located Note Block or Chord, thanks to turning the wheel. For example, this allows you to adjust the pitch of the note when the vertical zoom is too small. This command works in “Note Edit Mode” and also in “Song Playback Mode”, being the only one that allows you to edit (make small composition adjustments) in this last Mode. This allows you to edit by viewing the other tracks with notes. Also remember that it is possible to isolate the tracks belonging to a parent group.
One more time, I think that I can affirm that the Piano Roll Studio 5.2 works polished so that you can use it with complete confidence, even for professional environments!