Join Rick Schmunk for an in-depth discussion in this video HyperScribe entry, part of Finale 2012 Essential Training.
The ability to record one track of audio into a Finale score allows you…to record a solo, a vocal melody, or place an important part with a real instrument.…This will allow you to create a more complete and better-sounding final version…of your score. So let's start by creating a default score.…I'll go up to File > New > Default Document.…And to get ready to record, I am actually going to go into Studio view. This is…where we can actually view the audio track.…And then I am going to go to the MIDI Audio menu, choose Audio Track > Add Audio Track.…Now we see that this is where the audio will display here in a minute.…
Next thing I am going to want to do is check my recording level.…So I am going to go back into MIDI Audio > Device Setup > Audio Setup, and now…as I talk, you can see the signal in here.…Now if we get in the green, you've got a good level.…So our Mic Source in this case is an audio interface.…If you click on this, we'll see other options.…Now if you have a USB microphone and it's plugged in, you should see it here, or if…
- Setting up the hardware and software
- Creating a Finale score document
- Importing files
- Viewing and navigating documents
- Entering and editing notes with the mouse, keyboard, and real or virtual instruments
- Understanding measuring basics and music spacing
- Adding lyrics
- Notating music on a grand staff
- Notating choral music with layers
- Notating for guitar, including tablature and Smart Shapes
- Recording in real time
- Adding expressions and articulations
- Formatting scores
- Printing scores
- Exporting documents
Skill Level Beginner
Audio for Film and Video with Pro Toolswith Scott Hirsch5h 9m Intermediate
Music Editing for TV and Film in Pro Toolswith Skye Lewin3h 30m Intermediate
Film Scoring with Pro Toolswith Christopher Brooks2h 38m Intermediate
1. Hardware and Software Setup
2. Creating a Finale Document/Score
3. Navigating and Viewing Documents
4. Creating Lead Sheets and Other Simple Documents
5. Notating Music on a Grand Staff
6. Notating Choral and Other Polyphonic Music
7. Recording Real-Time Notation
8. Working with Scores
9. Working with Scores, Part 2 (Medium Score with Rhythm Section)
10. Advanced Formatting
11. Notating Music for Guitar: Tab, Fretboards, and Smart Shapes
12. Exporting Document Regions or Pages as Graphic Files
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