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| Posted 12/26/2013 7:03 PM (GMT -6) |
|Generally, all players should be looking at the same measure layout, as communication with each other and the conductor might otherwise be near impossible. Just a heads up. If the score/parts is set up correctly, the flute part can be made to have the same measures written out 8 times, but aid the reader as to the structure that assists in not losing one's place. In fact, if I had to repeat a section 8 times, I might be less likely to forget a repeat if the measures were written out 8 times.|
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| Posted 12/26/2013 6:41 AM (GMT -6) |
|Yes, it can de done.|
1) Staff styles can be different between score and linked parts.
With a custom staff style you can have the repeat showing in the part, but not in the score.
2) In the flute part you will also want to hide the following 7 passes.
To do so, position the systems (with the 7 passes) outside the right edge of the page.
In that way the systems will not print.
In the Page Layout Tool, in the Page Layout menu you must de-select "Avoid Margin Collisions".
This step will allow negative values in the system margins.
I hope that this is clear?
If not, ask again.
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