TUTORIALS

Tip: Make use of the powerful Repeats popover

 

  1. The Repeats popover can create many different types of repeat-related notations. Open it by pressing Shift+R, then enter any of the following:
  2. Enter end to add a first and second time ending structure. Enter add to add additional endings.
  3. Enter / or // or /// etc. to add different numbered tremolos to notes.
  4. Enter z to add z on stems.
  5. Enter slash to create a slash region.
  6. Enter %, %2, or %4 to create bar repeats.

Tip: Hide playing techniques

 

  1. Hiding playing technique can be useful when they are needed for playback, but don’t want to see them in the score.
  2. Select the playing technique, then open the Properties panel and enable the Hidden property.
  3. By default, Dorico will show a signpost, so that you know the hidden item does exist. It also allows you to select it in the future.
  4. If you don’t want to see signposts in your score you can switch them off via the View > Signposts menu. There are options to show or hide certain types of signposts, or all of them.