Drums in NWC 2001-04-11 04:00 am Just in case you did not see message https://forum.noteworthycomposer.com/?topic=1766 , you can now do drums with NWC. THIS INFORMATION IS ENTIRELY THE WORK OF ROBERT ALLEGEYER. There are two ways of using drums in NWC, but first you have to download his font by clicking here and then install it. Now you have two options1) Make a drum composition as if you did not notice that the heads were round instead of Xed. Then make a WMF image out of this music. If you have your "Old Dos and Windows Files" still installed on your computer, you can then open the start menu, click run and in the box type edit. Once in editor, navigate your way to the file and open it -- IN BINARY MODE. The line width can be anything, but if you type 9999 then the editor will only allow write over things not add. If you do add something, the file will not work. So now that you have your file up, then use the find command to find NWCV15. Press the insert button on your keyboard. The cursor will become a block. Move it to the "N" in NWCV15. Type 'Banger' (without the qotes). Once opened, the notes will have X heads.2)You can make a copy of NWC to do drums. You can follow the steps described above except You are dealing with the program copy not a WMF. Now when you open "NoteWorthy Drummer" you will only get X headed notes.The alto or C clef is the clef with the Drum sign which was drawn in the font as || . If you do not have MS dos editor, then you need a hex editor.