Music Software.

Discussion in 'Computer Corner' started by shezza, Sep 11, 2011.

  1. shezza

    shezza New Member

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    Hi all, I am looking for software to print some music out.
    BUT, all I want to do is play a single note on a keyboard (pref via the computer keyboard,on screen) and for that note to appear as a single dot on the correct ledger lines. No crotchets or Quavers just dots.
    Does any software exist.
     
  2. Baton twirler

    Baton twirler Member

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    I think most music software will allow you to take the stems off notes, I use Finale and there is a facility to do what you are asking in the global set up menu.
     
  3. mikelyons

    mikelyons Supporting Member

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    Ditto for sibelius. I don't know about musescore. If it can, it has the advantage of being free.
     
  4. James Yelland

    James Yelland Active Member

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    Music Publisher v.8 (Braeburn Software) allows you to type in the note (type 'C' for C, for example), which by default will be a crotchet. And then, by typing 'O', the stem is removed. So, two key strokes required for each 'single dot'.
     
  5. its_jon

    its_jon Member

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    In MuseScore

    Right Click 'anything' and select 'set invisible'

    = gone.

    I also use this for lead/pickup bars ...or pause bars
     
  6. P_S_Price

    P_S_Price Member

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    Capella will definitely let you do theis Gregorian Chant kind of music. you can specify stems or no stems; and different note heads too.
     
  7. I too have found capella very useful.
     
  8. P_S_Price

    P_S_Price Member

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    It seems to have quiet a small user base though. Thats three of us then!
     
  9. Cornet Nev.

    Cornet Nev. Member

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    First I have heard of Capella, for those using it, how does it compare in relation to Finale and Sibelius in general terms?
     
  10. P_S_Price

    P_S_Price Member

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    Capella is significantly cheaper, and if what you want is a tool that you can write music in it does the job. But where it is lacking is in its playback. You only get the soundcard instruments (whilst I believe full Sibelius has sampled sound examples?).

    No complaints though. it produces good looking scores and sheets, ant I suppose the proof of the pudding is I am on my 3rd Version.


    I created my own empty scores for SA Instrumentation (Gen/Fes, Triumph, UNity, and Tune book).


    You can get it inthe UK from a company called software partners; but it is developed in Germany
     
    Last edited: Feb 5, 2012
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