Seconda Volta inherits tempo playback of Prima volta
I noticed listening back to my upload Bethena that when the seconda volta on page 4 played it had inherited the slowed down tempo of the prima volta.
I have now added a hidden tempo ♩=100 to bar 93 to match this up to the tempo of the bars preceding the prima volta.
I noticed also that if I experiment with adding Swing to the Prima volta again this is then inherited by the seconda volta despite it not being present in the bars preceding the voltas.
Is this something that is being looked into already?
I've noticed this works the same way with other things, like pizzicato on strings and mutes on trumpets also.
In reply to I've noticed this works the by mike320
Either of these settings are set once the playback hits the 1st volta, and not reset after, so of course they play during the repeat and after that (in and after the 2nd volta) too. I don't see a bug here
In reply to Either of these settings are by Jojo-Schmitz
Notice in the attached sample file, the arco is in volta 1 to return to arco as at the beginning of the piece. The expected result is that after the repeat the instrument will continue playing pizzicato rather than returning to arco, which a real musician would never encounter.
There is of course a work around by inserting an invisible pizz. after the repeat, but this should really not be necessary.
In reply to Notice in the attached sample by mike320
yes, this does look like a bug.
Issue filed #231711: Tempo, staff text and other text honored in skipped volta