Branching curves / splitting cursors

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    Does anyone have or know of a way to create a curve that branches, so that the cursor splits and travels down each branch simultaneously?

    It’s simple enough to draw branches as individual curves (with cursors), and then adjust the offset of each new cursor to a negative number (corresponding to the seconds when the original cursor arrives at the branching point).

    However, I am hoping to import a fairly detailed vector tree (likely with several iterations / revisions) and I would like to avoid hand-drawing & hand-offsetting as much as possible. If you’ve ever created a branching score in Iannix, and you have some insight, please let me know. Thanks!

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    The solution you suggest (two individual curves) is the right one and I understand that it’s pretty annoying to adjust the cursor offset for each cursor… I don’t have a brillant idea to help you sorry 😞.


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