Gilberto Martinez (elbeto)
Registered Forum User
Post Number: 3
|Posted on Saturday, May 03, 2008 - 10:37 pm: || |
i find this place very helpful.
and so having spent a good part of the day looking for a way
i finally found a clue from a developer on this forum that said, in so many words.. that a PITCH format in tracks originally sequenced for guitar, can be edited (removed in my case) by a work-around. simply merging that staff with another staff that does not already have Pitch effects does the trick. brilliant!
is it possible this "How to" portion of the Help Files could
benefit users if it at least hinted to this work-around? seems midi modifications are ongoing even if not for piano use.
what is the correct term (stave, staff?) :-D
Sherry Crann (sherry)
Post Number: 1875
|Posted on Sunday, May 04, 2008 - 7:29 am: || |
I'm glad that you're finding the Users Forum to be a very helpful place! We have a lot of friendly and knowledgeable users who share their wisdom about not only the software, but also about music itself, and all the elements that go into it. It's a great place to be
For software help and hints, have you tried looking through the Users Guide? It's much better written than most software documentation (no, I didn't write it. Mark Walsen did.) and helps you understand how to do things, rather than just telling you button names. You can access it in the program (eg. Notation Musician or Notation Composer) using the Help menu, and then clicking on "User's Guide". You can peruse through the Table of Contents, or use the Index or Search tabs to search for key words or occurrences of a word in the text.
Do try it - I think you'll find it very helpful. And of course there's always the forum here as well for additional help and tips
p.s. "Staff" is singular, "staves" is plural