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The Orchestral Sessions 102 - Prep, Notation, and Parts.
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Bad scores and parts can...
potentially bring a scoring session to a halt.
be fixed quickly during the recorded session.
be fixed with in the mix.
be fixed in post-production.
Which of the following is not necessary to send your orchestrator?
Stereo mix as a wav or mp3
MIDI always translates 100% correctly into a notation program. True or false?
Templates are a great way of saving time when preparing scores. True or false?
What should you send your orchestrator when using runs?
An isolated audio file of the run
Your sample library
A picture of the library
How should instruments be laid out before export?
In band order
In alphabetical order
In score order
Music XML is considered to be an industry standard. True or false?
Exporting a MIDI file as "Type 0" puts each instrument on its own track. True or false?
Always write out repeating dynamics for the sake of clarity. True or false?
How should tracks be consolidated before export?
1 track for the whole composition
1 track for each instrument section (strings, brass, winds, percussion)
1 track per instrument
What of the following is NOT True of ensemble patches?
Ensemble patches help beef up compositions
Ensemble patches speed up the orchestration process
Ensemble patches speed up the writing process
What is the proper paper size for conductor’s scores?
A4 or Letter
A3 or Tabloid
MIDI files are exported from the preferences menu in Digital Performer. True or false?
Your orchestrator can work off of your DAW file. True or false?
It is always best to quantize regions instead of events. True or false?
What is the correct orientation of a conductor’s score?
Hard Quantization aligns notes to the grid in small amounts. True or false?
It is always better to put as many notes on a page as possible to save paper. True or false?
What do you need to do before exporting MIDI in Logic Pro?
Select all regions in the composition
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