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General Discussion / coria.nl
Last post by Bart -
For Your Information:

A choir member told about a website where singers can learn their own voices.
https://coria.nl
The best news is that it also accepts your own NWC files.  8)
And you can export the result in an HTML file that can be shared.
It's a simple website, with not to many options, but all available features seem useful.

Bart



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General Discussion / Re: Scriptorium Update
Last post by Richard Woodroffe -
Folks,
      
 
The Scriptorium has been updated with works submitted by :


Maurizio Spagni   Quatri√®me air de ballet   (Verdalle)
John Hooper   Missa Brevis  KV 192 (1774)   (Mozart)
Richard Woodroffe     D519   Die Blumensprache Op.173 No 5  (Schubert)



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Stay safe 

Richard
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General Discussion / Re: single note on the songbook
Last post by FrankSit -
You should be able to do what you want manually. See the attached file.
Yes, I am able to do it manually, just in case there is an automatic one in the user tools that can handle for some particural chord, coz if we follow the result when we put the lyrics it does not fit.
The reason that I split the song book staves is because I want to put the number note, coz in Indonesia, we prefer the number note to practice in our church choir when learning a song.

Thank you,

Frank
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General Discussion / Re: single note on the songbook
Last post by Flurmy -
I don't fully understood your question but I try to answer.
You should be able to do what you want manually. See the attached file.
Regarding the user tool "Parts", sorry but I never used it.
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General Discussion / Re: single note on the songbook
Last post by FrankSit -
I may have misread your question. Were those layered staves with both singing the 2nd half note?
Yes you misread my question. You know from the songbook made by NWC. I want to split the 1st couple staves by In 'Tools/User Tools.../.Starter Tools' you'll find the tool 'parts(adp)'. Before you use that you'll have to duplicate the staves in your file, so have 2 times 2 identical staves.

but I have problem with the one like on the picture while slurred and there is a singgle note to be used by 2 staves. My question is there anyway not to reedit it, but everything done by user tools?

Thank you,
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General Discussion / Re: single note on the songbook
Last post by Warren Porter -
  • Force stem up, then enter the quarter notes.
  • Force stem down, then Cntl/Enter the first half note over the first quarter note (like adding a note to a chord).
  • Enter 2nd half note.
  • Select the new chord (very first note), then semicolon (or slur icon).
  • While it is still selected, Cntl/E and change slur direction to downward.

HTH
Pacem

Edited: I may have misread your question. Were those layered staves with both singing the 2nd half note?
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General Discussion / single note on the songbook
Last post by FrankSit -
Hello, howis t can I split using the User toil for single note used by 2 staves. What I did is to edit to be as the song book.

See attached, how to split it without manulally edit

Thank you,

Frank
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Object Plugins / Re: Beam.hmm (0.91)
Last post by hmmueller -
I've quickly added a "Beam width" property in version 0.91. 1 is the default width. An example file is in Reply #1 near the top of the thread. I hope I have not introduced any (new) errors - if so, please notify me!

H.M.