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Forum: Using Notation Software products with other (third party) products 04-09-2014, 03:29 PM
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Posted By SysExJohn
Re: Some questions about Composer.

Hi Sherry,



My pleasure.

One further question, if I may, when a phrase mark is entered in notation, do the affected notes (except the last) get automatically extended in length so that they...
Forum: Using Notation Software products with other (third party) products 04-09-2014, 03:00 PM
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Views: 21,900
Posted By SysExJohn
Re: Some questions about Composer.

Hi Herbert,


How interesting. It certainly is an art all of its own creating suitable 'backing tracks', although that sounds very 'karaoke' to me!
I prefer to call them 'recorded orchestral...
Forum: Using Notation Software products with other (third party) products 04-09-2014, 10:42 AM
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Posted By SysExJohn
Re: Some questions about Composer.

Thank you Sherry,

In case it's any help to your developers I'm attaching a picture of how a very old sequencing program (from '99) adds this feature to Staff View:
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Forum: Using Notation Software products with other (third party) products 04-08-2014, 03:23 PM
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Posted By SysExJohn
Re: Some questions about Composer.

Hi Sherry,

That was quick! Thank you.



Ah! I often find that drawing in one controller, e.g. after touch, whilst comparing it with another, e.g. expression, is very useful. I.e. as...
Forum: Using Notation Software products with other (third party) products 04-08-2014, 11:38 AM
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Posted By SysExJohn
Question Some questions about Composer.

Hi all,

A question from a prospective purchaser of Composer.

As a long time user of XGworks, and having more recently moved to using a variety of Garritan and other libraries for creation of...
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