Working with notes and composing in the Score Editor


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Working with notes and composing in the Score Editor

Well the Graphical MIDI data in Logic is clear and precise, some composers still prefer to write their music with good old-fashioned notation. Logic has a very sophisticated built-in notation system. It lives in the Score Editor. The Score Editor allows you to view any MIDI region's content, but also, you can compose in it and customize it's display and create all kinds of sheet music, from orchestral scores to lead sheets, to guitar tablature. Let's dive into the Score Editor and see what it's all about. Like the Piano Roll Editor, you can't do anything in the Score Editor until there is a MIDI region to work from.

So let's draw a blank region into Steinway Piano Software Instrument track to get started. Next, we have our Pencil tool. Click once to make a new region, With that region selected, we'll go up to Window and choose Score. Also, Command+3 opens the Score Editor. So this is our default view of the Score Editor. Like other MIDI editors in Logic, there a...

Working with notes and composing in the Score Editor
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Working with notes and composing in the Score Editor provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Logic Pro 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
Software:
Logic Pro
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