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The Orchestral Sessions 102 - Prep, Notation, and Parts.
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    Bad scores and parts can...

  • 2

    Which of the following is not necessary to send your orchestrator?

  • 3

    MIDI always translates 100% correctly into a notation program. True or false?

  • 4

    Templates are a great way of saving time when preparing scores. True or false?

  • 5

    What should you send your orchestrator when using runs?

  • 6

    How should instruments be laid out before export?

  • 7

    Music XML is considered to be an industry standard. True or false?

  • 8

    Exporting a MIDI file as "Type 0" puts each instrument on its own track. True or false?

  • 9

    Always write out repeating dynamics for the sake of clarity. True or false?

  • 10

    How should tracks be consolidated before export?

  • 11

    What of the following is NOT True of ensemble patches?

  • 12

    What is the proper paper size for conductor’s scores?

  • 13

    MIDI files are exported from the preferences menu in Digital Performer. True or false?

  • 14

    Your orchestrator can work off of your DAW file. True or false?

  • 15

    It is always best to quantize regions instead of events. True or false?

  • 16

    What is the correct orientation of a conductor’s score?

  • 17

    Hard Quantization aligns notes to the grid in small amounts. True or false?

  • 18

    It is always better to put as many notes on a page as possible to save paper. True or false?

  • 19

    What do you need to do before exporting MIDI in Logic Pro?

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Prep, Notation, and Parts
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