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PPQ to 2520 (2017-09-29 18:26 by Jo1 #80292)

Hello,

Is it possible to build a version where the PPQ can be adjusted to 2520?

Thank you,

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Re: PPQ to 2520 (2017-09-30 10:45 by kuzu #80294)

Hi,
Thank you for using Sekaiju.
For some reasons, max TPQN is limited to 960.
But Sekaiju is opensource, so it is free to customize Sekaiju by yourself and
release it under the terms of LGPL.

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Re: PPQ to 2520 (2019-09-28 22:33 by «G~Lí†çh» #83641)

Reply To Message #80292 (where PPQ adjusted to 2520)
I understand you (because of septuplets and nontuplets), but I want 1680 to be as MIDI standard (globally): it is good for septuplets too, it will be enough for 16th-nontuplets (if 9 sixteenths instead of 8 = 2 quarters)! But it doesn't good for 128ths (who use it?). I know, that Yamaha PSR-S song editors uses 1920, and I hate this resolution too ;)
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Re: PPQ to 2520 (2019-09-30 22:37 by kuzu #83650)

>I know, that Yamaha PSR-S song editors uses 1920
Oh my god!
For this, I think, Sekaiju should support 1920, and for future, 9600(crazy).
Sekaiju's user interface is fixed 3digits, to recognize inputted data or display data.
So it is significant modification to support 4digits. It will take so long time...
Thank you for information.
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