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Can I Turn Off the Singer in PDFToMusic?  
« on: Aug 26th, 2016, 10:06am »
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Hi,  
 
I'm sorry but I cannot stomach the singing voice (or choir) in PDF to Music. It's like listening to fingernails on a chalk board. How do I turn off this abomination so I can just listen to the music?
 
Also, PDFToMusic doesn't seem to play all the notes as written. Is this just because it's the trial version? It also does not seem to be playing the left hand - only the right hand.  
 
I don't want to pay unless I know for sure that I can: 1. Listen to all notes play, and 2. Turn off the awful computer singing voice for GOOD. I don't need to hear that. In general it does what I need - I just want to make sure it's doing everything I need.
 
 
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« Reply #1 on: Aug 26th, 2016, 12:57pm »
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Para desactivar el V.S. en Pdf to Music, basta con pinchar en el icono correspondiente. (Vea imagen). Ahora, en vez de escuchar la voz sintetizada, escuchará el instrumento asociado a ese pentagrama.
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Re: Can I Turn Off the Singer in PDFToMusic?  
« Reply #2 on: Aug 27th, 2016, 12:44am »
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on Aug 26th, 2016, 12:57pm, Oliveira wrote:
Para desactivar el V.S. en Pdf to Music, basta con pinchar en el icono correspondiente. (Vea imagen). Ahora, en vez de escuchar la voz sintetizada, escuchará el instrumento asociado a ese pentagrama.

 
Thank you very much!!! But, hitting the sing button so that it is blank does not make it blank. In fact, it starts a weird multi-voiced choir that sounds worse than the single singing voice. Maybe this diagram will help explain better what's going on:  
 
http://screencast.com/t/Zn8KArd4LIbF
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Re: Can I Turn Off the Singer in PDFToMusic?  
« Reply #3 on: Aug 27th, 2016, 12:53am »
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on Aug 27th, 2016, 12:44am, TurboCoder2015 wrote:

 
Thank you very much!!! But, hitting the sing button so that it is blank does not make it blank. In fact, it starts a weird multi-voiced choir that sounds worse than the single singing voice. Maybe this diagram will help explain better what's going on:  
 
http://screencast.com/t/Zn8KArd4LIbF

 
EDIT: Annnnnnd like an idiot I just realized there are ties in all of those notes there. sorry. I must be blind today. But the singer turning into a choir when I turn off the sing button still concerns me.
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Re: Can I Turn Off the Singer in PDFToMusic?  
« Reply #4 on: Aug 27th, 2016, 7:20pm »
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Bonjour,
 
Quand on désactive le chanteur, on entend l'instrument choisi par la personne qui a fait le PDF. Si vous exportez le pdf en myr et que vous le faites jouer dans Harmony assistant, vous pourrez choisir l'instrument que vous voulez.
 
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Re: Can I Turn Off the Singer in PDFToMusic?  
« Reply #5 on: Aug 27th, 2016, 8:31pm »
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on Aug 27th, 2016, 12:53am, TurboCoder2015 wrote:
But the singer turning into a choir when I turn off the sing button still concerns me.

Simply consider that the "choir" sound (aaaah or ooooh) is an instrument like any other and is associated to the staff by default to a staff with lyrics.
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Re: Can I Turn Off the Singer in PDFToMusic?  
« Reply #6 on: Aug 27th, 2016, 8:38pm »
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on Aug 27th, 2016, 7:20pm, Tremolo wrote:
Quand on désactive le chanteur, on entend l'instrument choisi par la personne qui a fait le PDF.

Je ne suis pas sûr que le choix des instruments (au sens des instruments de la base de sons) soit exporté dans le .pdf. Par contre, je crois que PDFTM est capable de se débrouiller avec le type de portée du .pdf : si c'est une portée avec paroles, il choisit les "aaah" des choeurs de la base de sons. Je n'ai pas vérifié avec d'autres instruments que le piano, mais connaissant le souci du détail qui règne chez Myriad, ça ne m'étonnerait pas qu'il se cale sur le bon instrument en "lisant" le nom de la portée.
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Re: Can I Turn Off the Singer in PDFToMusic?  
« Reply #7 on: Aug 27th, 2016, 11:08pm »
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Bubu,
 
Tu as raison. C'est ce que j'ai pensé juste après avoir envoyé le message mais, pour être honnète, j'ai eu la flemme d'en écrire un autre ...
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