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  1. I just recently started to using this function in EOF.The strage thing what I don't understand is when I click on the "show" button and look for that specific part (where I named the selected notes "eg:leadscale1).I see that one of the chord is not appering in the appropriate place (in this case in "leadscale3") (see the pic.below) I'm still very new for this part,so there could be something what I did wrong. http://www.kepfeltoltes.hu/160811/DD_www.kepfeltoltes.hu_.gif
  2. Dynamic Difficulty is rarely well responsive in cDLC on phrase levels. When a phrase is leveled op or down, identical notes in other phrases don't level. This happens because most of us don't define phrases, Phrases are sub-elements of sections, they subdivide a section. A phrase should not cross two sections, it should not start before or end after a section. To avoid problems, usually the whole song is divided in sections (more or less respecting its note structure) and we check "also add as phrase" 1 section = 1 phrase, while a section can have multiple phrases. We leave the task to defin
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