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Logic 8 Notation Problem

Discussion in 'Logic 8' started by DefiesLogic, Mar 19, 2009.

  1. DefiesLogic

    DefiesLogic New Member

    I have a note that will not lengthen in the score - I have lengthened it on the piano roll but the score note will not budge - anyone else experience this?
    workarounds?
     
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  3. Peter Ostry

    Peter Ostry Administrator Staff Member

    Uncheck this two options:

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  4. DefiesLogic

    DefiesLogic New Member

    That worked - Thanks - and you got back so fast! it does mean some extra editing is now
    needed but gee that was baffling until you came along - good on you
     
  5. Blair Fisher

    Blair Fisher New Member

    I was going to suggest the same thing - but, as you said, Peter was very quick on this one. The only reason I am posting at all here is to say that I like the fact we can now add graphics to our posts.

    After all the recent discussion about the advantages/disadvantages of the new format, I for one am trying to learn how to use the Forum and take advantage of the things it can do. I found this post on the RSS feed, which is a totally new concept for me - and I would just like to ask Peter how he added the little menu (complete with shadow)?

    Blair
     
  6. Markdvc

    Markdvc Administrator Staff Member

    Hi Blair

    Have a look at www.skitch.com. You can upload pictures there without cost, using a truly ingenious program, and easily embed them in your messages here, the necessary syntax is:


    [​IMG]

    You can do that easily by using the "insert image" icon, second from the right above the text body, it will prompt you to enter a URL for your image.


    kind regards

    Mark
     
  7. Blair Fisher

    Blair Fisher New Member

    Thanks Mark

    I have just signed on to skitch.com. I seem to have an account now but don't see an obvious link to the program - but I am sure it is probably right in front of my eyes. I look forward to trying it out.

    OK - they have just sent me a link to download the program. Another plus for the web forum - you can edit stupid posts ;)

    Cheers

    Blair
     
  8. Markdvc

    Markdvc Administrator Staff Member

    My pleasure, Blair.

    Beleive me, anoyne with terirfiyng tpying skills like mine is glad of the fourm fucntion allownig users to be able to go bcak into posts and corerct them :thmbup:

    kind regards

    Mark
     
  9. bambony

    bambony Administrator Staff Member

    I do believe that is one of our administrators trying to be funny!

    Tony
     
  10. DefiesLogic

    DefiesLogic New Member

    how to move note from treble to bass cleff?

    Scoring: I'd like to move a middle C from the treble to the bass clef but not all the time. How do I do this?
     
  11. Blair Fisher

    Blair Fisher New Member

    In the score - go to Attributes/Voice Staff Assignment menu. You can choose to put any note in the staff above or below where it currently is showing.

    Blair
     
  12. Jay Asher

    Jay Asher Senior member

    Read up on Polyphonic Staff Styles.
     
  13. DefiesLogic

    DefiesLogic New Member

    still not right

    Yeah, I've tried that but although I get it to appear in the staff below, I can't get the old rest in the lower staff to go away ...
     
  14. Pete Thomas

    Pete Thomas Administrator Staff Member

    Which answer are you replying to, the note attributes or polyphonic staff styles? (tip: please use quotes so we can help you better! :) )
     
  15. DefiesLogic

    DefiesLogic New Member


    I am responding to the note attributes.
     
  16. Blair Fisher

    Blair Fisher New Member

    Hi

    Perhaps you can explain your problem in a bit more detail? Did you try the polyphonic staff styles? There is a voice separation tool that can separate your music into different voices, but you need to make sure your treble and bass clefs are assigned to different MIDI channels to get this to work.

    Blair
     
  17. Pete Thomas

    Pete Thomas Administrator Staff Member

    Yes, it sounds to me like you need to look into polyphonic styles for a more comprehensive handling of note/staff placement.

    I would recommend reading that section of the manual, then come back here to clear up any further queries.

    EDIT also I really would recommend that you quote relevant sections of the post you are replying to so we know.
     

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