goldenpiggy123 • May 28, 2019 it cuts out after 2 beats come on musescore Comments [user=27238254]Okely Dokely[/user] The old trumpet soundfont just stayed super loud and obnoxious through long notes. I think the devs were trying to find a solution for that, and now every single note has a decrescendo. Maybe it's meant for old orchestral music where the brass just plays chords all the time. [user=16953131]goldenpiggy123[/user] [user=Okely Dokely]Okely Dokely[/user] they made it so you can actually change dynamics now hahah but alright [user=30280497]Frank Ace[/user] When then you get that look when the new guy does not know what a fermata is. [user=30143007]#BANDGEEK1121[/user] This is news to me I haven't been on musescore lately urm… dynamics on a pieces should make the loudness of a note(s) what the composer put not how musescore wants it. it most likely is just you who really notices this. [user=16953131]goldenpiggy123[/user] [user=#BANDGEEK1121]#BANDGEEK1121[/user] it came with the update, the new soundfont makes it so that the trumpet fades to like a dynamic softer if you have anything longer than a half note [user=30143007]#BANDGEEK1121[/user] [user=goldenpiggy123]goldenpiggy123[/user] Are you talking about on musescore 3 because if so I still use 2 to make pieces. But if you are talking about the website I notice 0 changes it stays at whatever dynamic that is written. [user=16953131]goldenpiggy123[/user] [user=#BANDGEEK1121]#BANDGEEK1121[/user] yeah its musescore 3 [user=30143007]#BANDGEEK1121[/user] [user=goldenpiggy123]goldenpiggy123[/user] that's why I use 2 sorry that I cant help [user=71233]alasdairmartin[/user] I suspect they were trying to achieve a more natural sound and it sounds like they've added a minor tremolo to the font (which I prefer to it's predecessor), but yeah the trailing off isn't ideal.