Tip: Paste articulations
- Make a selection of music that contains the articulations you wish to copy.
- Right-click (or open the Edit menu) and choose Copy.
- Select the passage that you wish to paste the articulations to (it can be just the first note). If you make a selection longer than the original music the articulations will repeat, perfect for ostinato passages.
- Right-click and choose Paste > Paste Articulations (you may wish to use the Jump Bar to quickly find the command: press J and start typing Paste Articulations).
- All articulations and slurs in the original selection that was copied will be pasted across the selected music.
Tip: Respell notes automatically
- You can easily respell notes automatically to better fit the musical context.
- Make a selection which contains the notes that need respelling.
- Choose Write > Respell > Respell Notes Automatically… and press OK.
Tip: Move bar to the previous or next system
- In Engrave mode, select an item in the bar you wish to move.
- Move the bar to the next system, or the previous system.
- You can use key commands to move bars to the next system (period), or the previous system (comma).
- You can move multiple bars at once, including across frames and pages.
Tip: Add music symbols to text objects
- It’s easy to add a music symbol to text.
- In a text frame, right-click and choose Insert Music Text…
- You can browse categories of symbols, or search for the one you need.
- You can also add music symbols to staff- or system-attached text.
Tip: Define a player as a soloist
- In Setup mode, add or choose the player that is to be your soloist.
- Click Player Settings (or right-click) and choose Soloist.
- The player is placed in the conventional score position, and bracketed separately from other players.