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Lesson 12. Working with Notation > What You've Learned

What You've Learned

  • Notation can be entered in the Score Editor using the Pencil tool, dragging elements from the Part box, or using step input.

  • Note length is edited in the Event Parameter box.

  • Score Styles are used to assign display attributes to notation.

  • Polyphonic Score Styles are used when a part requires notating independent voices. These voices are assigned using a MIDI split note or individual MIDI channel.

  • The Voice Separation tool can be used to quickly assign voices in a polyphonic Score Style using MIDI channel assignment.

  • Text Styles assign display attributes to text elements in the Score Editor.

  • MIDI Regions often must be edited to display notation accurately.

  • Quantization in the Score Editor changes the notation display, but does not affect the performance data.

  • Drum parts can be notated by assigning a mapped instrument and a Mapped Score Style to a track.

  • Instrument Sets are used to display and print individual parts up to full scores.

  • You can assign separate format settings for parts and scores.


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