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    Kuya Alex pwede po sya gawin sa Finale hindi ko lang po alam kung paano ito ginawa a typical example po yung Transcribe version ng Prayer of St. Francis sa Finale 2005 (Please see attached picture...)
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    That's good Monching. Nasabi ko lang na di ko pa ito nagagawa
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    Para sa kabatiran ng nakararami: ang tawag sa ganyang klaseng mga nota ay, well, cross-staff beaming hehehe

    And you need the NoteMover Tool for that

    http://www.finalemusic.com/UserManua...CROSSSTAFF.htm
    http://blog.finalemusic.com/post/201...f-Beaming.aspx
    http://www.finalemusic.com/UserManua...aff_notes2.htm

    Once nagawa n'yo na 'yung pag-cross beam ng mga nota, you just use the other Special Tools (such as Beam Length and Beam Angle) to adjust the appearance of your cross-staffed beams for better looks )

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    hello. question lang po. paano gawin sa finale iyong notes for chant-like songs. please see sample below. any help would be appreciated. thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: The *FINALE* Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander View Post
    I thought meron siyang way na hindi as text mode iyong lyrics. Thanks, SM Alex!
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    Parang ang tagal ng pagtulog ah? Hehehe!

    Anyway, here's my question:

    Paano gawin ito?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanestandarte View Post
    Parang ang tagal ng pagtulog ah? Hehehe!

    Anyway, here's my question:

    Paano gawin ito?

    Excerpt from Eric Whitacre's "Alleluia"
    I'm on the go as I'm writing this, so I can't possibly give you the exact and correct tools that you'll need, so...

    In principle, i-define mo muna 'yung mga parts as having one staff per voice. So bale 'yung Sopranos and Altos, hindi talaga sila binubuo ng one staff each pero two staves each.

    Tapos...you'll need to rearrange the groupings of measures per system. In the example you've given, pagkasyahin mo 'yung measures kung saan isang soprano line and isang alto line lang ang lalabas in one system (Ctrl+M or Fit Measure) on the first system (even though dalawa 'yung nakikita mo), then let the next system have the complete staves appear.

    Then, to fine tune how the staves appear, use the Page Layout menu tools. I think pag pinili mo 'yung "Optimize systems" after selecting the system where you need to hide a staff, may checkmark doon which will allow you to [b]hide[b] the unused systems. Make sure that option is selected. Dapat, ma-hide 'yung staves na hindi mo ginagamit on the particular system, and lilitaw lang 'yung kelangan mo.

    Then, of course, 'yung mga arrow lines...you can just add them as either shapes (in special tools yata) or as a custom marking (sa expression yata)

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    Quote Originally Posted by titopao View Post
    Para sa kabatiran ng nakararami: ang tawag sa ganyang klaseng mga nota ay, well, cross-staff beaming hehehe

    And you need the NoteMover Tool for that

    http://www.finalemusic.com/UserManua...CROSSSTAFF.htm
    http://blog.finalemusic.com/post/201...f-Beaming.aspx
    http://www.finalemusic.com/UserManua...aff_notes2.htm

    Once nagawa n'yo na 'yung pag-cross beam ng mga nota, you just use the other Special Tools (such as Beam Length and Beam Angle) to adjust the appearance of your cross-staffed beams for better looks )

    Additional Tips on Cross Staff Beaming
    http://www.finalemusic.com/blog/fina...staff-beaming/

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