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Date Joined Jan 1999
Total Posts : 406
| Posted 2/25/2005 6:57 AM (GMT -5) |
|Assuming you're using Windows, I think that you are supposed to hold down the alt key, and then press the four digits on the numeric keypad, e.g. to get the character Ï I held down alt and then typed 0199 on the keypad.|
Also if you are using this method, you might want to ensure you have the Maestro font selected.
Much better is to use the Engraver Font Text T font to create the metronome markings. Select Expressions, click create, select the font and font size via the menu at the top, then type "q=120" to get a crotchet(quarter-note) = 120 marking. You'll find it's much easier on the eye, and you don't have to remember obscure keystrokes to get it.
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Date Joined Mar 2005
Total Posts : 2
| Posted 3/4/2005 12:25 PM (GMT -5) |
|Roughly linked to this; how do you program an accel. or ritardando? Suppose I want a gradual increase from|
q=60 to q= 240 over several bars, how do I do this?
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