The method David describes is a good one. The gotcha is to watch for bar numbering..!
Steve P. > On 17 Aug 2017, at 13:21, SN jef chippewa <shirl...@newmusicnotation.com> > wrote: > > > not really "mid-bar" change, more like butt-splicing different pieces > together, each with anacrusis and final "incomplete" measure. but > yeah achieved in the same multi-step tasks in finale. > > thanks for the reminder that i haven't listened to this piece in awhile :P > > >> Change time signature. I realize this is unusual, but I think it >> can make sense in certain situations. For example, it can be found >> several times in Beethoven's 31st Piano Sonata, Op. 110, where, in the >> last movement, 12/16 changes to 6/8 mid-bar, then back and forth another >> couple of times, always mid-bar: >> >> http://hz.imslp.info/files/imglnks/usimg/a/a3/IMSLP51805-PMLP01488-Beethoven_Werke_Breitkopf_Serie_16_No_154_Op_110.pdf > > -- > > neueweise -- fonts for new music (and traditional) notation > http://newmusicnotation.com/fonts.html > > shirling & neueweise | http://newmusicnotation.com > new music notation + arts management + translation > [FB] http://facebook.com/neueweise | [TW] http://twitter.com/neueweise > > _______________________________________________ > Finale mailing list > Finale@shsu.edu > https://lists.shsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/finale > > To unsubscribe from finale send a message to: > finale-unsubscr...@shsu.edu _______________________________________________ Finale mailing list Finale@shsu.edu https://lists.shsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/finale To unsubscribe from finale send a message to: finale-unsubscr...@shsu.edu