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New to PlayPerfect. I'm trying to set up the program to work with an Alto Sax. Have set record level, and set the pitch to A. I tried play the Untitled Score to see how PP worked. Not good. Erratic pointer movement. Moves without input and freezes at other times. Correct notes indicated as incorrect and bad notes ( I do play them) scored correct.

Perhaps I have the incorrect idea how this program should work.

Any suggestions?

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Hey, Novice! I'm new too! So, how did you hook your sax up to your computer (or?) I have guitar and keyboard and saxes, too. Press practicer to see what it does (not plugged in, since I don't see any instructions on HOW), and all I get is mistake after mistake on the practicer! Of course, this is right, because I'm not playing along with it ! I WOULD use it, but don't know where to plug in. I have a guitar amp hooked up to the computer (great sound for Netflix, etc!) but probably need an adapter to plug into smaller input jack (laptop). Whatcha think?

I'm almost totally iliterate in this stuff, so I'm not much help to you, except for empathy! sorry. How did you connect to your device?

Had really good results with the crescendo music notation editor, during the 1st quarter of the Super Bowl---wrote a little ditty about it starting off funnier than a Roadrunner Cartoon, and sent it up to Washington for a friend! So, I know this stuff works, once you figure it out ! By the way, do you try effects and stomp boxes with your sax? Alot of distortion, and a wah-pedal makes my flute sound raunchier than Jimmy Page's guitar on Led Zep stuff ! Fun on sax, too ! Have fun, Bro'!

Happy Easter !

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Guest Alex Chapman

Hi,

 

PlayPerfect is still in its infancy so we're still trying to iron out some quirks. It is possible to get it working nicely, but it may involve some tweaking of your recording levels. You may also get better results on piano or guitar than you will on wind or bow instruments, because of the nature of the sound envelope that these instruments produce.

 

Keep an eye out for new releases!

 

Alex

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