Notes are added by right- or cmd-clicking. Comprehensive instructions on editing sequences is contained in the built-in help browser. (see Help menu)Why does the instrument sound mistuned?
The demo version of Claviatura is limited to pythagorean tuning. In this tuning, intervals such as G♯ - E♭ are disharmonic. Such intervals can be avoided by inserting key signatures such that either E♭ is changed to D♯ or G♯ to A♭.
This will usually work intuitively for many modern/homophonic compositions with the key signatures they are intended for, but in polyphonic music may necessitate the abusive insertion of key signatures.
Variable insertion of sharp/flat notes independendant of key signatures is planned in future versions.
A sample composition demonstrating key changes: SpiralWhen there are many notes playing at the same time some of them are cut-off
Try increasing the number of audio busses under Preferences>AudioThe audio sounds choppy
Try closing other audio applications or decrease the number of audio busses under Preferences>AudioWhere can I find instruments to use with Claviatura?
If you own Garage Band™ or Logic™ you will have EXS24 instruments installed. They are usually found in your computers /Library folder ( /Library/Application Support/Garage band/Instrument Library/Sampler/ or /Library/Application Support/Logic/Sampler Instruments/ )
Hauptwerk™ instrument support is somewhat limited. Claviatura is not suited for handling large organs with a large number of sample files.
some third party links for free instruments are:
http://duphly.free.fr (Hauptwerk 1 format)
If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org