# This is a sample instrument tree. This can be used as the basis for# creating your own instrument tree definitions. As you can see, comments# are added by starting a line with a '#' character. Any line that starts# like this is considered a comment and is ignored by NoteWorthy Composer.# In addition, any blank lines are ignored by NoteWorthy Composer.## An instrument tree can be as simple or as complex as you want. Instruments# are defined by assigning the name of the instrument to a definition that# describes the MIDI properties of the instrument. You can group sets of# instruments into different named branches, but you do not have to do this.# Branch names start with a \ character. Instrument names may not include this# character.## Creating instrument branches is generally a good idea, though, because it # allows you to assign default properties to all instruments contained in a# branch. It also makes it easier to navigate to the desired instrument when# selecting it in NoteWorthy Composer.## Any instrument or branch can have instrument properties assigned to it.# If a particular property is not assigned directly to an instrument # definition, that property may still be inherited from the branch that # encloses the instrument.## The first assignment in the file can be used to define the properties for# the main branch. This assignment is optional, but if present, will embody# all other definitions in the file.## The following optional line assigns default properties for the main # instrument branch, which will act as defaults for all instruments if# they do not include a specific property assignment.\=Bank(0,112),DynVel(10,30,45,60,75,92,108,127),Trans(0)# The line starts with the new branch indicator (a '\'), followed by the# assignment operator (an '=' sign). The different properties that can be# assigned include:## Bank(MSB,LSB):# This indicates a bank select definition. Both the MSB and LSB values# must be indicated if the Bank property is added to the assignment.## DynVel(ppp,pp,p,mp,mf,f,ff,fff):# This indicates the default dynamics that should be applied. All eight # values must be included for this to be a valid property assignment.## Trans(0):# This indicates the pitch transposition that should be applied when# an instrument is selected. Here, we default this to 0 for all # instruments in the file, and let each instrument override this if# necessary.# Now, as a demonstration, a branch can be added that will enclose instrument # definitions that will be treated as favorites. For demonstration purposes,# some default properties are added, but a true file would likely use different# property combinations.## First, create a branch for favorites:\My Favorites=Bank(0,0)# In this example, the Church Organ is so special, it gets listed tight at the topChurch Organ=19# Now, add a branch for the instruments that I play. In this case, no default# properties are assigned to the branch, since the instruments are so varied.# Each instrument is assigned the relevant properties:\My Favorites\that I playTrumpet=56,Trans(-2)Muted Trumpet=59,Trans(-2),DynVel(10,20,30,40,50,60,70,80)Piano=0# Add some instruments to My Favorites that are used often:\My Favorites\that I use=DynVel(5,15,30,45,60,80,100,127)Acoustic Grand Piano=0Bright Acoustic Piano=1String Ensemble 1=48String Ensemble 2=49Orchestra Hit=55Applause=126# Favorites when playing to my Yamaha piano\My Favorites\that I use\Yamaha Clav=Bank(0,112)Grand Piano=0Rock Piano=1,Bank(0,113)NewAgePiano=2,Bank(0,118)Dream EP=5,Bank(0,114)Guitar (Bright Clean)=27,Bank(0,113)Guitar (Smooth Nylon)=24,Bank(0,114)Dist. Guitar=30,Bank(0,112)# Now, in this example, the remainder of the list is just excerpts of# the General MIDI list, to show how it would interact. This ends the # descriptive comments in the file.\GeneralMidi\PianoAcoustic Grand Piano=0Bright Acoustic Piano=1Electric Grand Piano=2Honky-tonk Piano=3Rhodes Piano=4Chorused Piano=5Harpsichord=6\GeneralMidi\Chromatic PercussionClavinet=7Celesta=8Glockenspiel=9Music Box=10Vibraphone=11Marimba=12Xylophone=13Tubular Bells=14\GeneralMidi\OrganDulcimer=15Hammond Organ=16Percussive Organ=17Rock Organ=18Church Organ=19Reed Organ=20Accordion=21Harmonica=22Tango Accordion=23\GeneralMidi\GuitarAcoustic Guitar (nylon)=24Acoustic Guitar (steel)=25 Electric Guitar (jazz)=26Electric Guitar (clean)=27Electric Guitar (muted)=28Overdriven Guitar=29Distortion Guitar=30Guitar Harmonics=31\GeneralMidi\BassAcoustic Bass=32Electric Bass (finger)=33Electric Bass (pick)=34Fretless Bass=35Slap Bass 1=36Slap Bass 2=37Synth Bass 1=38Synth Bass 2=39\GeneralMidi\StringsViolin=40Viola=41Cello=42Contrabass=43Tremolo Strings=44Pizzicato Strings=45Orchestral Harp=46Timpani=47\GeneralMidi\EnsembleString Ensemble 1=48String Ensemble 2=49SynthStrings 1=50SynthStrings 2=51Choir Aahs=52Voice Oohs=53Synth Voice=54Orchestra Hit=55\GeneralMidi\BrassTrumpet=56Trombone=57Tuba=58Muted Trumpet=59French Horn=60Brass Section=61Synth Brass 1=62Synth Brass 2=63\GeneralMidi\ReedSoprano Sax=64Alto Sax=65Tenor Sax=66Baritone Sax=67Oboe=68English Horn=69Bassoon=70Clarinet=71\GeneralMidi\PipePiccolo=72Flute=73Recorder=74Pan Flute=75Bottle Blow=76Shakuhachi=77Whistle=78Ocarina=79\GeneralMidi\Synth LeadLead 1 (square)=80Lead 2 (sawtooth)=81Lead 3 (caliope lead)=82Lead 4 (chiff lead)=83Lead 5 (charang)=84Lead 6 (voice)=85Lead 7 (fifths)=86Lead 8 (brass + lead)=87\GeneralMidi\Synth PadPad 1 (new age)=88Pad 2 (warm)=89Pad 3 (polysynth)=90Pad 4 (choir)=91Pad 5 (bowed)=92Pad 6 (metallic)=93Pad 7 (halo)=94Pad 8 (sweep)=95\GeneralMidi\Synth EffectsFX 1 (rain)=96FX 2 (soundtrack)=97FX 3 (crystal)=98FX 4 (atmosphere)=99FX 5 (brightness)=100FX 6 (goblins)=101FX 7 (echoes)=102FX 8 (sci-fi)=103\GeneralMidi\EthnicSitar=104Banjo=105Shamisen=106Koto=107Kalimba=108Bagpipe=109Fiddle=110Shanai=111\GeneralMidi\PercussiveTinkle Bell=112Agogo=113Steel Drums=114Woodblock=115Taiko Drum=116Melodic Tom=117Synth Drum=118Reverse Cymbal=119\GeneralMidi\Sound EffectsGuitar Fret Noise=120Breath Noise=121Seashore=122Bird Tweet=123Telephone Ring=124Helicopter=125Applause=126Gunshot=127
# Branch names start with a \ character. Instrument names may not include this# character.
I am not familiar with the structure of this forum, so please excuse me if I am not following the right procedure.
I have got a serious problem in updating my NWC 2 version to the NWC 2.5.1: there is no more instrument tree available, so I cannot define an instrument for a specified staff;What did I do wrongly, or how this can be corrected?
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