NWC Newbie Presents... 2009-11-05 05:12 pm Not necessarily my first, but what I consider my most complete track. In this one I managed to get the measure numbers to line up correctly (ignoring the pick-up) and the ties and bars to act appropriately.I'm posting this looking for you long-time users to give your thoughts on the piece.Notating the piece by hand is easy for me, but I am just getting used to NWC. This is for a barbershop quartet, where I'll be arranging songs and whatnot. Sometimes the music we sing off of is hand written and copies of copies or copies, etc. Being able to produce quality printed music is key, as well as making .mp3 learning tracks for individuals with their part in the left channel and the rest of the quartet in the right. (Allowing them to use their radio's balance controls to first learn their part, then sing their part with just the other 3 parts - or anything else in the middle.)For those not familiar with the song, a youtube version is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPWXnWIDy8o(Note - these printed tracks and .midi/.mp3 tracks are NOT intended to teach intepretation. Often times in Barbershop notes are held longer for effect or due to an audience's response.)P.S. - Does anyone know of any plug-in or something that I can use with NWC so instead of just noted being banged out by a electric piano it will sing the words, too? I know it's possible, someone else in the chorus has a program that will do it. The problem is that I don't have that notation software, and I'm in love with NWC so I'd like to make it work here.