a classical score 68 Figure Figures P4.6 ­ P4.9. Clarinet parts in Score and Matrix views 3. 4. Listen back. I mentioned earlier about woodwind players articulating with their tongues. Where a slur joins a group of notes, only the first note is slurred. Some editing is necessary to achieve this effect. From within either the Score or Matrix Edit windows, select all the notes under each slur, except the last, and apply Legato [Functions > Note Events > Note Force Legato (selected/any)]. Tip Always leave the last note under a slur unselected before applying Legato. Think about it! 5. The following eight bars are an exact repetition of the first, so copy the new sequence (bars 1 ­ 9) to bar 9 [Functions > Object > Repeat Objects... x1]. We now have 16 bars. Clean up any overlapping notes ­ impossible on a clarinet! ­ by viewing the sequences in the Matrix Edit window, selecting all the events, and applying [Functions > Note Events > Note Overlap Cor- rection (selected any)] and [Note Overlap Correction for repeated notes]. Save Song ­ compare with project4/4.1. 6. Take 2 Track 2: Strings | Violin 1 Sequence Parameters box: 1/8 ­ note, Dynamics 75% Instrument Parameter box: Cha 2, Prg 48 Transport Bar: (L) 1.1.1 (R) 9.1.1 We are simulating a small string orchestra here so we use Program 48 ­ Strings ­ and not an individual instrument. You can of course use single instruments if you wish, but the effect will be somewhat thinner. The nature of this concerto, I think, benefits from a rather more lush background. Follow these steps: 1. Record the first eight bars of the violin 1 part (Figures P4.10 and P4.11). Break it down into smaller sections if necessary. Again I have applied 75% compression for smoothness. Note