Context: I recently transcribed a Piano solo piece in MuseScore 4. It was based on a different person's transcription that used
♩ = 70 as tempo marking. My transcription initially used the same tempo. However now I think the tempo should actually be
♩ = 140, so I used MuseScore's feature "Paste with double duration" to 'convert' the notes.
But there are some parts that look "weird" to me, but I'm unsure if its actually weird or really the best representation there is.
As you can see the durations of the bass line are split up and tied such that the quarters are visually groupable.
What looks "weird" to me is that now obviously not quarters but just the half notes are properly visually split. I am not experienced in writing sheet music or playing by sheet, so I have no idea how people playing by sheet would feel about that.
What would be the way people reading sheet music are expecting the durations to be?