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Old 12-29-2016, 08:59 PM   #73
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Originally Posted by gofer View Post
I can't come up with an example right now, but I think there are also instruments with keyswitches which can be triggered during a sounding note, would only be active for the duration of the keyswitch note and fall back to the previous articulation when keyswitch note-off is incoming.
Yeah, this is common enough. One example is Embertone's Herring Clarinet. You press and hold a note to switch a sustain to m2 or M2 trills, and the trill returns to sustain once the keyswitch is released.
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