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Some were made by SCORE .. but its more Bold than the finale or sibelius version
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jan wrote: ↑
05 Jan 2018, 10:35
BTW, the examples above are done:
1. Schott in SCORE
Are you sure?
The example from Odod looks like the "SchottMusic" font in Finale, but not the SCORE font.
That's right, I was fooled by the slur setting which reminds me of SCORE.
That Schott is indeed done in Finale, when I checked closely (as far as I could do it from a bitmap image), it is visible the typical Finale stem connections, ending bar-lines' connections, spacing, grace-notes settings look, etc.
RMK wrote: ↑
03 Jan 2018, 00:11
I was under the impression that SCORE does not use fonts for any musical symbols (perhaps excepting dynamics?), but is entirely vector based.
That is indeed completely true, I believe even for dynamics.
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