[SOLVED] Messy tuplets while using condensing

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[SOLVED] Messy tuplets while using condensing

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Hi Guys,
I have a problem with tuplets in condensing mode.

The Soprano and Alto have the same music exactly. I've used the condensing option but somehow the tuplets are doubled and getting messy.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Matan.
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Messy tuplets in while using condensing

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Hi Guys,
I have a problem with tuplets and condensing.

The Soprano and Alto have the same music exactly. I've used the condensing option but somehow the tuplets are doubled and become messy.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Matan.
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Re: Messy tuplets in while using condensing

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Sorry,
Here is the relevant part of the project:
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Re: Messy tuplets in while using condensing

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Thanks. It looks like there are some differences between the lyrics that are responsible for the production of two voices instead of one. However, if you create a condensing change at the start ofthe unison passage in in bar 5 and use manual condensing to specify that both Soprano and Alto should be assigned to the same up-stem voice, that should take care of the problem.

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Re: Messy tuplets while using condensing

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Great, thank you very much!

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