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    Oboe Classical Solo wicked loop click

    I'm using the most up to date version...

    Oboe Classical Solo F#4 in the X-Custom folder. My first breath controller experiments. Wow, of course this is the first note in my solo...

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    Re: Oboe Classical Solo wicked loop click

    Quote Originally Posted by dynamix
    I'm using the most up to date version...

    Oboe Classical Solo F#4 in the X-Custom folder. My first breath controller experiments. Wow, of course this is the first note in my solo...
    Can you give me sufficient information so I may try to duplicate the problem? I don't have a problem with the note.

    Richard

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    Re: Oboe Classical Solo wicked loop click

    It sounds fine to me too, and I have terrible problems with X-Custom clicking when using breath control, which others can't duplicate. So I feel your pain.

    As silly as it sounds, could you post your first note as a MIDI file, so the CC data can be examined?
    -- Jeff Lee
    Etiam singula minima maximi momenti est - Even the smallest detail is of the utmost importance

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    Re: Oboe Classical Solo wicked loop click

    Coincidentally, this morning I just found a different ghastly click in oboe modern solo #3 at C#... um, forget which octave, but I think it's just a half step above middle C. Sorry to be so vague... I'll check it tonight and post. The click was so bad, that I changed out to oboe modern solo #2.

    By the way, lots of different oboe players in there. Where are all the C flautists, and Bb clarinetists? I hope they show up in GPOA!
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