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Can anyone explain what the point is of ignoring tempo tap in hyperscribe when playback staves whilst recording is activated?

It seems pointless to record into a chart and not be able to hear all that you've written previous just for the sake of tapping a tempo in. So why make the program ignore tempo tap at all regardless of whether playback staves whilst recording is checked or not? So now we have to change the speed of hyperscribe in the playback tempo? Why?

Big Sur with v.27

Cheers! Andy

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If you record the tempo track (tapped tempo instrument) first, then the rest of the instruments entered should conform.

 

Asking a program to simultaneously change the tempo of previously entered music, listen for your tapped tempo, and record a new track is asking a lot of the computer as well as the program. A DAW may be able to manage this, but then a DAW is specifically geared for real-time input and is likely based on more recent technology and programming concepts. (And most DAW's don't do a great job of notation.)

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Thanks, but I simply mean that selecting a tempo to start hyperscribing in via tapping the desired tempo in doesn’t work anymore. Even in a blank document, I have to deselect “play staves while recording” to have finale record the tempo I’ve entered. This used to work in 25 but doesn’t in 26 or 27 now. I have to use the tempo in playback controls to set my hyperscribe tempo now. 
Mac mini big sur. Finale 26 and 27. 

cheers! Andy 

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