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The confusion arises from the accidentals. Your answer of a whole step would absolutely be correct if those were sharps (♯), but in fact those accidentals are naturals, not sharps (♮). A note with a natural in front of it cancels any previous accidentals, meaning play the note on the white key. So, E♮ to E♭ is a half step (go down one key from E) and B♭ to B♮...


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You are misreading the staff. Those aren't sharp symbols, those are natural symbols. So E-natural to E-flat and B-flat to B-natural. In measure 4, the natural symbol is redundant because a note is assumed to follow the key signature (C in this case) unless there's a preceding note in the same measure with an accidental. Therefore the first note in this ...


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There are several steps to correct this viewing: You can tell the program to ignore the rests smaller than 16th. This will make the picture clearer without loosing the groove of the song. You can set the quantization when loading the song to a value that ignores 32nd notes. Try it out with different values and see what will happen! (As the shortest ...


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