Correct. For example, I would like measure 1 through 48 in Jazz Human Playback Style; and then change at measure 49 to Rock Human Playback style. I followed your instructions but must be missing something...
So, when I cleared the Human Playback to “none,” I then went to tools and chose midi tool. I then selected a 48 measure region of my score and chose “Jazz” for playback, and pressed “apply.” I closed the dialogue window, and I then choose another region starting in measure 49, and chose “rock,” again pressing “apply” and closing the dialogue window. When I then played the score back, it just played entirely in “rock” style. My goal is to get the first 49 measures to swing, and then change to rock at measure 49, which did not happen. My thought is that I am missing an important step along the way.
I've always used the plugin menu to apply HP. I never used the midi tool, but it looks like it should have worked. Make a copy of your file and try applying it through the plugin menu. It won't hurt to try.
In v26, as stated above, you do not use a plug-in; you apply fixed HP to specific measures with an option from the MIDI Tool menu (not the MIDI/Audio menu, but the special menu assigned to the MIDI Tool).
I get what you are saying, but when I choose the correct HP from that Midi Tool Menu, and apply it to a specific region, I am still not getting any results. Sorry - but I just seem too dense at the moment to figure this out. I will work at it this weekend and see what I am doing wrong. Thanks for the assist!
I have re-read the foregoing thread to try to figure out why you are not getting the results you want. What I found I had missed was this:
>>My goal is to get the first 49 measures to swing
I had read over this too quickly. Swing is a Tempo Setting, not an HP setting. Check out this Knowledge Base article for tips (or search for "Swing" in the search box above for more threads) dealing with setting and "unsetting" swing in your composition.