I’m now using Dorico for all new projects. Dorico’s ability to have distinct pieces in one file (‘flows’) that can be reordered saves so much time. For each layout, these can be set to continue on the same page or to start a new page, both with header information. Dorico handles cue superbly.
Steve, Thanks for the info. Are you saying that Dorico handles two instruments per score staff, but with individual parts separated, including cues and solos, very well? (I find this is a weakness in Finale). Christopher > On Jan 28, 2019, at 8:31 AM, Steve Parker wrote: > > I’m now using
Craig, would you consider posting PDFs of a score and a part page and show us what Dorico produces without having tweaked much? Personally I’m more interested to see an orchestra piece. Thanks, Thomas Schaller > On Jan 27, 2019, at 8:08 PM, Craig Parmerlee wrote: > > Yes, it is a big learning
Hi Christoper, This is something that is promised. You can easily set divisi passages with extra staves. As far as cuing goes, you select something in the part and choose from a list of which instrument(s) you want cued. As it stands now, I still find combining instruments into a staff to be
Hi, A 'political' (maybe) consideration about music softwares other than /Finale /- that allow me not to mention them explicitly. I see that many people (and increasingly so) likes to allow software (or maybe, other people) to do things ready for them. That's an interesting phenomenon, not
Everything I have has been edited at least a little. Maybe a good demonstration would be for somebody to send me a MusicXML file. I'll import it into Dorico and post the score and parts with no editing. On 1/28/2019 10:13 AM, Thomas Schaller wrote: Craig, would you consider posting PDFs
Hi Paolo, You make good points. In an ideal world, the software would create beautiful engraved scores and parts with very little effort, but for those who want more control it would also allow them to do what they want. After all, the whole purpose of computers in the first place was to do
OK, here are the results Score: https://app.box.com/s/n7pi05swx2hve4wk71znvg409geju45b Parts: https://app.box.com/s/slp2py2olo3404gcpnlq9i30w3m4h0g9 I emphasize I did ZERO EDITING. All I did was: 1) Open Dorico 2) Import your XML file 3) Print score 4) Print parts That all took about i