To create a repeat in the early days of Finale, you had to add a forward-facing repeat symbol at the beginning of a repeated section, add a backwards-facing repeat symbol at the end of the repeated section, and then configure the repeat to play back.
To continue my series of blog posts highlighting the Garritan sample libraries, today I will introduce the perfect library for concert band and marching band composers and arrangers.
Finale Product Specialist Tom Johnson receives “The Music & Sound Award for Best Music Software/Multimedia,”
on behalf of Finale 2011, from Brian Berk, editor of The Music & Sound Retailer.
Last summer I published a blog post titled “Life Before Finale,” in which I featured a device called the MusicWriter, which was essentially a typewriter capable of creating musical symbols.
Sometimes I get in a rut, in part because I’m often short on time. There may be a better way to do this or that, but either because I feel I don’t have time to learn something new, or I’m simply set in my ways, I often stay the old course.