Permanent MIDI setup - better MIDI settings that Yousician remembers
I have a stationary setup in my home with a MIDI keyboard. I use an external sound module to produce the tones for playing, so no Yousician's rompler is involved.
Nevertheless, I have to choose to use MIDI on every session. This is a computer program, and one of the strongest rules for applying IT is 'don't repeat yourself'. Yousician is making me repeat myself in a non-practice context, which is unnecessary and annoying.
Moreover, I can still hear Yousician's synth playing when I hit the keys outside of the song, producing a bit of a slapback echo to the other piano sound.
All this could be fixed easily - just make Yousician remember that I want to use MIDI and I do not want to hear its sound fonts but play with my own sounds.
Just add a tickbox to the MIDI inquiry popup that says "Use these settings in the future and don't ask me again". Then make this reversible in the settings.
While at it, add a setting there that disables the internal MIDI playable sounds altogether. I don't wish to hear those, ever.
Taken a bit further it would be useful if I could manually choose which MIDI input Yousician listens to in the settings as well.
Then there's controlling Yousician with MIDI messages, but that's another topic that I hope will see the daylight some day. Until that day we're stuck with MIDI translators.