“Hold” in HS Music?

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#1

A feature I’d like to see in Hopscotch is: Being able to hold music notes out

I’d use it for this type of project: Creating music (e.g. Fur Elise)

Here are some examples of Hopscotch code that could be improved if we had this: Music would largely be improved, as notes wouldn’t be just staccato anymore

Here is an example design I’ve made:

I’ve seen something similar in another programming languages, it looks like this: I don’t use other programming languages other than Spheroes, so I don’t know if it’s included.

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#2

What a neat idea. This will be very helpful :nerd_face: forst

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#3

That would be nice, especially if you are doing a song that is for the piano, and you need whole noted

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#4

Yeah I was trying to a Verizon of “O Canada” but it sounded…let’s just say a cat would screech at it.

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#5

Duplicate topic, sbyp

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#6

I couldn’t find anything. I looked up “Hold in HS music” and while I was typing I didn’t see anything similar

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#7

Sound library expansion? Sound block idea? You can’t just search hold because we don’t all word it exactly the same

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#8

What about “legato”?

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#9

But nobody would use that to propose an idea because that is less understandable to non-musicians

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#11

Yes!
I have tons of sheet music that I’ve been wanting to put on Hs but it has long notes

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#12

This would be awesome! I have a o on sheet music I want to try…

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#13

A keyboard extension would be nice too, there’s a topic for that. Right now I’m playing a song that is over 4 octaves so if I were to recreate it it would be hard.

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#14

That would change the music game on HS

As a coder of music, I approve 10/10 :ok_hand:

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#15

Yee. More octaves would broaden the range of music you could create in HS

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#16

Sounds like a really good idea!

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#17

But we’ve been vying for that for a while. Still hoping THT does it.

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#18

Hmmm, ok

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#19

I think something like this would be ideal:

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#20

How do you photoshop like that?

That would be nice, maybe with an octave button like (C2).