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Old 04-06-2011, 03:29 AM
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Default Note Entry - Step-time Recording and Sequential Note Entry (Notation Composer only)

Hi friends,

We have another new video tutorial in our series.

Note Entry - Step-time recording and Sequential Note Entry: This tutorial covers basic note entry using the Step-time recording method as well as Sequential Note Entry. Both of these methods are quite useful if you know the durations of notes you want to use, but feel more comfortable using your MIDI instrument (eg. keyboard) for entering the pitches of notes. Also shows how to adjust note placement if the timing is "off", how to place the note for timing, and how to change note durations during the entry session.

The video is large (it's high resolution) so please be patient as it loads to play. If you prefer to download it to your machine, please use this download link.

If you have any comments, suggestions, or questions, please ask them here.

Enjoy!
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