I already suggested this idea... look under "Cross-measure arpeggios". Sorry!
Please allow arpeggios to span two lines. Like, an arpeggio from the bass clef to the treble clef, or left hand to right hand.
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Hey, Marg! (Random greeting.)
Well, there isn't an app at all for iPhones. I don't think there will be. However, you do know that if you have Crescendo, you can view scores on ANY web-enabled smartphone, right?
Why isn't anyone commenting?
Does anyone happen to agree? If you do, PLEASE vote. I really want the wonderful website of Noteflight to be on the 3DS's eShop.
This would be very helpful. I own a 3DS and I would love to compose on the go, and I don't have an Android device. But if you happen to make this, please make it free. Or at least under $5.00. Thanks! Please try!
Since "con pedale" means "with pedal," and "senza pedale" means" without pedal," shouldn't they work that way? Like, it would make the sound of a normal pedal, but without the markings. Some composers like to say "con pedale" since it's easier... so, Noteflight, would you guys be able to make it work right?
The only problem with that is that the pedal notation always lies below or, in some cases, above the staff. If someone wanted to perform it, they would think the pedal notation would mean that the whole measure(s) used the pedal. Plus, it's not even possible to use the pedal on one voice on a piano. Sorrow to burst your bubble. ;)
You can simply add a measure before the next movement, and put a double barline on that measure. Then add the rest of the movement. But that is a good idea.
It would be good to use SOME of those, but... that would be copying YouTube. You wouldn't have that idea if YouTube never came into existence.
Well, users are supposed to define their own tempo markings. There really is no definite tempo marking. Like, for example, Largo has many ways of labeling it. Another example would be Mesto. No temple marking could perfectly judge that. It's a way of playing.
Everything you suggested was nice, but how would you have related scores? Scores on here can't really be classified unles...maybe, every once in a while, a survey could be sent to each user, asking which pieces form the All-time favorites would be in what categories...I don't know.
Well, the point of favoriting is, if you listen to a piece and think it's beautiful, epic, or well-composed, you would favorite it. So...
I know I can do this...but I made a thread that I really don't need to be on there anymore. And I wish there was an option to delete it.
Please allow this option! I made a thread that I don't want to be on there anymore!
Wow, thanks for the votes everyone!
Sometimes, I go to my favorites list to listen to one of the many incredible compositions on Noteflight that I have favorited. But I have many pages of favorites. It would be more convienent if we could search through our favorites to find a specific score.
I support this!
But I ran out of votes :(
Very very true! But I ran out of votes :(
They sound wonderful with Crescendo...
Update! We have now added the option to adjust:
- text size
SO: We have renamed this to be only related to the ability to change the font of the text, which is still not an option.
If you only needed the option to change text SIZE, you can un-vote for this and use your vote for something else.
Very interesting idea!