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My Concept: "Color Articulation" - is a new simple way for switching between articulations!

+44 votes
asked Jul 14, 2017 in Studio One Feature Requests by qwarybatrad (300 points)
edited Jul 14, 2017 by qwarybatrad

Hello, developer team!

I found a new way to switch articulations for those who work with orchestral libraries. Actually, this idea came to me from BRSO Articulate plugin. But it can be improved. 

So I designed this concept:

What do you think? Please, support this post if you're really interested in this feature! 

4 Answers

+4 votes
answered Jul 15, 2017 by Skip Jones (161,280 points)
selected May 22, 2018 by AlexTinsley
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Thank you for the feature request. 

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+2 votes
answered Jul 17, 2017 by gottfriedbergmair (11,530 points)
I have voted up this idea. But one remark: For people like me with a red - green color weakness it's hard to see the difference between Staccato and Legato. The colors should be chosen carefully. But a really nice idea!
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answered Jul 17, 2017 by qwarybatrad (300 points)


Yeah, sure. You can assign whatever color you want. This colors just for example. Thank you for vote))

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answered Jul 29, 2018 by wayneroberts (470 points)

Super idea! Would love to see this implemented! Would also free up CCs, and is a novel *visual meta-language* for music expression and artics.

You could even add another dimension (such as shape) for even more combinations and permutations. E.g. triangle, circle, square, hexagon, etc