Is there a way to convert fermatas into tempo markers before export? 2021-11-03 02:12 am Thanks to everyone's help on this forum, I have learned a few strategies of preventing various problems concerning tempo changes when exporting .mid files. However, I have a concert coming up, and I need to revise a bunch of very old scores really fast. These scores are not very playable in their current state, since I never expected them to be performed live.The scores have fermatas all over the place with various lengths, in addition to numerous tempo changes every several measures, some of which overlap with tempo markers, ritardandos, etc. I made them that way because, at the time it was the easiest/fastest way to create the exact rubato I wanted. I know this is a long shot, but is there a tool that can analyze all the tempo markers and fermatas in a .NWC file in one fell swoop and add everything up into a new staff with nothing but tempo markers in it? Something that will reproduce whatever calculations determine the playback speed(s) on the fly in NWC. I'm just hoping that this might be easier than it sounds, and I won't have to redo all the rubato from scratch.This would, of course, be helpful for instances of importing into other programs, as well as cleaning up scores.Thanks in advance to anyone who reads this!