Maybe these font symbols helps you: https://elbsound.studio/catalog-of-music-symbols.php#glissandi https://elbsound.studio/catalog-of-music-symbols.php#scoop It's the opposite of the fall off, but usually the fonts have both symbols.
Bill Duncan's Articulation font is included too, though it's probably not the best place to start with. I'd recommend looking at Aruvarb (i.e. Bravura for Finale) if you're looking for a clean classic style. For a handwritten look I'd probably use the Jazz or Swing font. Jan https://elbsound.studio > >> On Feb 2, 2018, at 10:52 AM, Martin Nickless <mnnickl...@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> Hi there regarding big-band writing can someone please help me find a fall >> off as opposed to gliss >> And also a gliss >> I need to write in 4/4 time two whole notes >> That’s one in one bar then next bar a gliss down and a gliss back to a whole >> note in third bar >> Thanks for some help >> Cheers >> Martin >> >> Sent from my iPhone >> _______________________________________________ >> 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 > Chuck Israels > cisra...@comcast.net > (360) 201-3434 > > 8831 SE 12th Ave. > Portland OR 97202 > > <chuckisraelsjazz.com> > > > > > _______________________________________________ > 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