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  • Bavyxoo
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    Joined: Jun 18th, 2010, 05:36
    Indicating tremolo and pizzicato for strings in score editor
    Hi I'm new to this forum and to Logic. I'm enjoying the tutorials a lot. I'd suggest a full lesson series on the score editor. For now, does anyone know how to indicate tremolo and pizz markings on a string part in the score editor? Furthermore, is it possible to switch between software instruments on one track? i.e. A typical string part might switch from bowed to pizz to tremolo bowed lines. How do I achieve this without setting up 3 different tracks? Then, as mentioned before, how do I notate it? Thanks a lot
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  • Rounik Admin
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    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re: Indicating tremolo and pizzica...
    Hi misha, Welcome to the macProVideo forums :) The Score Editor is my least often used MIDI Editor... but have you tried writing "Trem" and "Pizz" on the staff? To switch between software instruments I'd recommend keeping three tracks and using the up/down arrow keys to switch personally. You could use a key command to select next/previous channel strip - but this is not an ideal way as it takes time for each instrument to load. Another way is to use the Environment to create a new track and cable it to a cable switcher which is cabled to the three tracks... I could help you set this up - but it's a little complex if you don't have experience delving into the Environment. :) Rounik
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