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by OCTO
11 Apr 2019, 16:57
Forum: Engraving Commentaries
Topic: Comparing text fonts (Operatic Score)
Replies: 25
Views: 2516

Re: Comparing text fonts (Operatic Score)

Dorico? Wow. I have just noticed that it was not Sibelius, and I believed it was Finale. I will skip than xml for testing. I enjoyed it very much. I would like to see more Dorico (complex) examples in the future.
by OCTO
11 Apr 2019, 07:49
Forum: Digital Notation Tools
Topic: Differentiation of text sizes in score and parts
Replies: 3
Views: 370

Differentiation of text sizes in score and parts

Can any music notation software create different sizes of staff-text items (dynamics, expression, technique) for parts and score?
I see an obvious difference in the older scores (and parts) in these sizes.
Options? Opinions?
by OCTO
11 Apr 2019, 07:43
Forum: Engraving Commentaries
Topic: Comparing text fonts (Operatic Score)
Replies: 25
Views: 2516

Re: Comparing text fonts (Operatic Score)

I think the thin font shouldn't be too much of an issue, especially since the singer will have to memorise the score. But, nevertheless, I agree with you re the orchestral parts and lighting, Here's the copy of the score using Vollkorn. Opera (pg57 - vollkorn).pdf I still prefer the Carrig; here's ...
by OCTO
10 Apr 2019, 19:38
Forum: Digital Notation Tools
Topic: MuseScore 3.0 released
Replies: 14
Views: 2446

Re: MuseScore 3.0 released

Interesting this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hZxo96x48A
(ps. warning: to much intensive, but some of the points well done).
by OCTO
10 Apr 2019, 17:34
Forum: Engraving Commentaries
Topic: Comparing text fonts (Operatic Score)
Replies: 25
Views: 2516

Re: Comparing text fonts (Operatic Score)

Still, I think it is to thin. In opera you have lights low and you really need to get it out without having bigger font.
Have you tried to combine November with Vollkorn?
https://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/vollkorn
by OCTO
10 Apr 2019, 10:28
Forum: Notation Rules and Standards
Topic: Composers vs Editors: Another controversial note
Replies: 8
Views: 1173

Re: Composers vs Editors: Another controversial note

As explained in my original post, those who hear only a diminished seventh chord at this point, usually prefer the C natural Sorry for my to fast reading, I didn't noticed that you have written this statement. Anyway, me preferring dim chords still think that :s is more valid. Another side question...
by OCTO
10 Apr 2019, 09:57
Forum: Engraving Commentaries
Topic: Comparing text fonts (Operatic Score)
Replies: 25
Views: 2516

Re: Comparing text fonts (Operatic Score)

I feel that I get the most attention from Old Standard, with the same height size comparing to the others. Personally, I dislike somewhat November because of several glyphs, despite its very elegant appearance. Also, it is very characteristic and not many fonts can be used together with it. It has a...
by OCTO
09 Apr 2019, 10:06
Forum: Engraving Commentaries
Topic: Comparing text fonts (Operatic Score)
Replies: 25
Views: 2516

Re: Comparing text fonts (Operatic Score)

SantaKiwi wrote:
08 Apr 2019, 18:04
I think I will, therefore, go for the Centabel font, but I will report back with examples of the notation when the November font is implemented.
Have you tested Old Standard? Can you give a try?
by OCTO
08 Apr 2019, 17:34
Forum: Notation Rules and Standards
Topic: Best way to notate long(ish) voiced consonant?
Replies: 8
Views: 738

Re: Best way to notate long(ish) voiced consonant?

Sorry, I read to quickly (as usual). Now I see you wanted to have m in the last measure, not immediately.
I think the first example is perfectly clear even without hyphen and a dot.
by OCTO
07 Apr 2019, 17:41
Forum: Notation Rules and Standards
Topic: Best way to notate long(ish) voiced consonant?
Replies: 8
Views: 738

Re: Best way to notate long(ish) voiced consonant?

Another is to define it rhythmically, as "doo" to be a grace note with tie and "m" to be the main note. In any case, doo+m creates rhythm, therefore defining it would be good to have. Singers can come with a legal question: how quick will "m" come after "doo"? It would be good to hear what you or ot...