So you know how when playing a stringed instrument a low note will always play longer than a high note.
Here is a good question about it - When we press a piano key, why does a high pitch note not run for as long as a low pitch note?
Basically what I am wondering is, is there an instrument that will play all notes for the exact same duration regardless of pitch with the same effort applied by the musician.
The reason for this is I am working with a MIDI file that relies on synthesized instruments, and my intention with the MIDI file is to convert text into a series of notes as MIDIs take a range of notes from 0-127 so that I can turn text into music.
But I am also looking to reverse this music back into text by extracting the exact notes played in the MIDI file.
However I am running into errors in extracting the exact notes played in the music file because of certain notes (low notes) playing for longer durations than high notes as this is producing a sort of cross frequency sound effect with low notes lingering into high notes.
And as the heading of my question asks, I'm looking for suggestions into an instrument that won't leave me with this issue, as I am able to select which instrument I use in MuseScore3.