Topic: Oddities about the Unison detune Note Edit pane?
(EDIT: I edited this post after experimenting with wide unison settings and the Unison Balance pane.)
1. I may not be thinking correctly, but shouldn't a high setting for a unison detune make the notes decay faster, given the absence of coupling? (Now, even with an absurd setting such as +1000 for a set of unisons, the unisons beat rapidly, but decay slowly. Of course, one can correct this with the Impedance setting for the note, but it's strange to hear the long, precisely beating unisons when editing in the Unison pane.)
2. In the model, there appears to be a oddity when the detuning is wide. I'm not sure that there is a limit to the amount of detuning, but you must use the Unison Balance NE pane to hear extreme changes, and then the note sounds thin, like a rattle. When one unison is far off pitch, should there be beating? Instead, won't the unison sound as a separate, distinct pitch? I've heard a piano with a unison that was so badly off in the tenor that I thought the hammer was hitting two sets of unison strings at once. Why would anyone want this extreme detuning? Well, to create a very badly maintained piano, at least one in which the unisons were more off than they can now be set.