Partially completed: you can create bar line breaks below any staff (in the change instrument dialog).
Thank you for this suggestion! We will review your ideas, but in the meantime, a question:
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Does some of this function replace what you need Collections for?
Thank you for your reply! We will keep looking at possible solutions for this.
You can do the first part of this: when you create the line / system break, hold command or control to hide the cautionaries. We are interested in improving these other things as well.
Yes, allowing you to repeat the same time signature is on our list of bugs.
There is another workaround for now, however - still cludgy but it works: at the end of each system, create a measure of 1/4 time, with the starting bar line hidden (measures palette) and the time signature hidden (choose "hidden" option when you create it).
Then the next one will appear as 4/4 again.
One other followup: when you said "reset bar numbers" what do you mean exactly? I thought you meant start from a given bar number at any measure - as for quotations from larger works. BUT if you meant hide the bar numbers, you can do that in 'score' > 'settings' > 'formatting'.
See "duplicates" for the various components of this potential re-design.
Grace notes, trills, and repeats already do work in Noteflight’s playback, so we will re-name this to include only ornaments such as mordents, which still are not reflected in playback (though they are there for live performers to read!)
We completely agree, and it's something we'd like to add. One complication is that mordents are the subject of different interpretations, and we'd have to choose certain options over others that some users may want. Also in general, we have not always guaranteed that every playing direction, meant for live performers, will be reflected in Noteflight's playback. Ideally we'd love that, but fundamentally Noteflight is designed first for live performers, and secondarily for midi playback.
All that is to say: we agree, but it may take us some time to implement this.
Thank you. Would it be useful to create this as a one-step process like “export each part individually” and then you end up with as many WAV files as there are parts? Or is the mixer method quick/easy enough?
Thank you Tom - we will keep all this in mind!
Thank you. Would it be useful to create this as a one-step process like "export each part individually" and then you end up with as many WAV files as there are parts? Or is the mixer method quick/easy enough?
You can already do this by soloing each line (in the Mixer) and then exporting to WAV one at a time. But to clarify: are you looking for one single operation that would automate this and produce all the separate WAV files in one stroke?
If we understand correctly what you need, we already have this in our new editor. In the upper-right corner there is a keyboard icon – click it to show it below the score. Notes highlighted on one will also appear on the other.
If that is not what you needed, let us know!
Thank you for your followup. Your students also have the keyboard - they just have to select it from the top panel.
However, if I understand right, you want the keyboard to display while the score is being played back? That is not currently an option, but we would be happy to consider it.
Let us know if that is what you need.
Thank you for your message. We would never deliberately sell something sub-par. We want to understand better what you are noticing - could you please send a score where you are hearing the out of tune notes to firstname.lastname@example.org? Copy-paste the link, and describe specifically which measures and which notes this is occurring on.
We do support glissandi!
Useful for female barbershop music, among other things.AdminRobin McClellan (Admin, Noteflight) supported this idea ·