a classical score 72 Figure Figures P4.20 and P4.21. Violin 2, five more notes in Score and Matrix view 3. To avoid confusion, it's a good idea to glue the new violin 2 sequences (9 ­ 17) together and rename the resulting single sequence `Violin 2.' It is also a good idea to change the color accordingly. Selecting the objects on Track 3 ­ violin 1 and using [View > Instrument Colors to Objects] will do the trick. Figure Figure P4.22. Changing object colors It's often a good idea to organize tracks and sequences by color. Select a track or object and use [View >Object Colors] to open a color palette. Choose your favorite colors from Figure P4.22. Another glance at the score also tells us that the viola part between bars 9 and 17 is also a duplication of the violin 2 part between bars 1 and 9. 1. 2. Select the violin 2 sequence (bars 1 ­ 9) and drag a copy over to bar 9 on Track 4 ­ viola. This time there are five notes to delete in bar 16 (Figure P4.23). Selecting them in either the Matrix Edit or Score window and pressing the Delete key on your computer keyboard is prob- ably the easiest method of doing this. You may well need to lengthen the remaining note in this bar. Selecting it in the Matrix Edit window and resizing with the Pencil tool is probably the simplest way of doing this. Info Figure Figure P4.23. Deleting notes 3. 4. Again, it's a good idea to rename the sequence `Viola' and change the color accordingly. Save Song ­ compare with project4/4.6. Take 7 Note Track 5: Strings | Cello Sequence Parameters box: Qua 1/8 ­ note, Dynamics 75%. Instrument Parameter box: Cha 5, Prg 48.