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| Posted 11/30/2015 12:19 PM (GMT -5) |
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| Posted 12/1/2015 1:03 PM (GMT -5) |
| |After my request for Robert to include an option for ledger lines in his new "Note Spacing Options" plug-in, this type of workaround is not necessary. If you look in the lower part of the plugin you will see "Minimum Distance Between Ledger Lines." Type a number to adjust the ledger line distance when applying music spacing then click the OK button. The plug-in will use the file's current music spacing options if you don't highlight an option in the top part of the plug-ing.
Finale generally allows too much space for ledger lines, I'll often start with spacing for LL turned off and turn it on only when necessary.
What it's doing under the hood (within a split second) is changing the length of the ledger line before music spacing is applied, then putting the line length back to your document settings. Simple and much more control. I also asked for the same type of thing to be done with upstem flags. I realize the dbx looks like you need to put in music spacing information for it to work but you do not. If you leave everything alone and you do not highlight an option in the top part of the dbx the plugin will use the document's music spacing.
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Post Edited (SF) : 12/1/2015 11:09:36 AM (GMT-6)
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| Posted 12/1/2015 1:22 PM (GMT -5) |
Is this a chart of that tune Hey Ya by Outkast? If so, every fourth measure of the song should be a measure of 2/4.
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