Editing Grace Notes

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Editing Grace Notes

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A grace note is displayed in a relatively small font size, and is performed by borrowing time from a longer note before or after it. A grace note looks like this:

GraceNote

You can specify whether a grace note has a slash through the stem or not.

When you import a MIDI file, or record MIDI from your music keyboard, you can request Musician to automatically detect and display grace notes.

You can convert written-out short notes to displayed grace notes, such as changing a leading 32nd note to a grace note. Going the other way, you can convert a displayed grace note back to a written-out short note.

Procedures for all of the above tasks are described in the topics that follow.  Additionally, to change the stem direction of a grace note, simply click the grace note to select it, then click the stem direction button you want:

GraceNoteStemDirection