27th July 2014 - Accent and Swing Curves + Easy way to make instruments that play chord progressions and melodic sequences

The accent curves feature let's you make rhythms with the accents following a smooth wave pattern. Similarly for the "swing" curves - you can find this new option in the Beats drop menu in the Pro metronome.

Also options to click and drag many notes at once for volumes - and also for times - with a probability distribution based "sphere of influence" - defaults to 20% - set this higher and your drag on one of the beats can change them all considerably.

All this is especially useful for rhythms with large numbers of beats per measure.

Also added a new option to make instruments that play a melodic sequence over and over again - or a chord progression. You'll find a drop list of examples in Instruments (Ctrl + 8) under "sequences and chords, with a few defaults set up such as the Pachelbel's Canon notes, and chords, La Folia chords, and 12 bar blues chords.

This works like the Chord Progression For Part (Ctrl + 250)  - but more flexible as you can select them into several parts at once - instead of just using them in a single part - especially useful for melodic sequences.

Also new option in  Chord Progression For Part (Ctrl + 250) to play as a melodic sequence.

This feature was already tehre in the Custom Multi Instrument Voices Menu (Ctrl + 37) - this upload just makes it far easier to make them and use them - and makes them easier to find.

You also have a new window: Add Melodic Sequence or Chord Progression (Ctrl + 275) which you can use to make new melodic sequences and chord progressions very easily - and add them to the drop menu and use them in your rhythms.

Made the multiple undo feature easier to find by renaming it to  "Configure Multiple Undo (it's CTRL + SHIFT + Z, - or + Y to redo)..."

Many other minor updates and bug fixes. For details see Change Log


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