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There's a disjunct between the labels as stated in the FAQs and the labels on the "Record" tab. The in port is chosen under "... General Discussion Re: Where is "In Port... 2019-11-14 06:25 pm
Quote from: Flurmy  -  2019-10-30 06:34 pmIn some places a glissando is requested with the following notes: Ab, B#, Cn, Db, E... General Discussion Re: Spacing out endings 2019-10-30 07:16 pm
That would be really good, Mike. Here's the deal: harps have seven strings per octave. In "open" position - quotes around tha... General Discussion Re: Spacing out endings 2019-10-30 02:04 pm
The harpist I've worked with likes to see the line. But it isn't handled quite the way you would in piano writing. You indica... General Discussion Re: Spacing out endings 2019-10-29 06:05 pm
Do you have any idea how this might deal with voicing? I.e., which octave each note of the chord is in? It makes a big differ... General Discussion Re: Feature request: ... 2019-04-25 04:52 pm
The answer is a qualified "yes" - depending on which version of NWC you are using and what attribute of the note you want to ... General Discussion Re: Chords - editing ... 2019-03-19 04:21 pm
I always put the "collapse" and "end collapse" in at the same time. You don't have to be exact - just place the "collapse" at... General Discussion Re: With a little hel... 2019-03-17 09:23 pm
Just write "(2nd time only)" in front of the lyric line. General Discussion Re: 2nd verse same as... 2019-02-09 08:32 pm
In this case, I'd replace the first "e" with an apostrophe: "kin-d'ren". that's a standard way to represent an elided syllabl... General Discussion Re: tie in syllables 2018-12-22 03:51 pm
Can someone please explain why the staff boundaries set on the "Visual" tab of the "Staff Properties" dialog box don't match ... General Discussion Staff boundary discre... 2018-12-20 05:18 pm