If you have not noticed already, there are more notes shown in the Advanced than on the keyboard display, for all sound channels, but for pure tones of channel 4 and channel 12.
Say there is a skipped note on the keyboard, and the left note is value 10 and then a skipped key and the next key shows 8 or 7.
Sometime the value 9 sounds perfectly acceptable.
RevEng has the best info above.
If a note is really sour, try to use the buzzy channels, quieter, and use advanced to try more notes.
And if that fails, consider dropping the note altogether, or using a high ding/ping sound.
(I found the high ping sound by accidentally typing a wrong value in one of the bad notes in Zippy the Porcupine. Instead of dropping the note, the ping fit nicely and can be heard in Sprybug's game.)
So I am trying to transcribe sheet music into batari (via Visual bB) and ... well ...
As someone who's used to things like old .MOD trackers, this isn't the easiest thing, is it?
I guess my big problem is the fact that notes I need to hit, don't seem to exist on the keyboard shown in the music maker. Any way to circumvent this??
Apologies for deluging this board with questions.