Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the sheer amount of tools at your disposal when working in Finale? Perhaps the number of options slows you down, making working in Finale a slow, laborious process. Well no longer. In this video, Tim Buell is back with his top 5 tips for speeding up your Finale workflow, streamlining your processes, and increasing your efficiency.
Tim covers topics such as creating custom templates, using time-saving keyboard shortcuts, and utilizing third-party devices such as Stream Deck to make creating beautiful drum notation a breeze. See all of this and more in the video below:
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Check out the first three videos in the Finale for Drummers series for more tips on how to get the most out of your drum notation:
- How To Create Drum Notation in Finale
- How to Transcribe A Drum Part
- Exporting Finale Drum Notation to MIDI
- Creating a Drum Chart in Finale
For more on Tim and his process for using Finale to transcribe and chart drums – download his FREE 4-part video course “How To Transcribe.”