Musescore 3.5.0.13199

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Re: Musescore 3.5.0.13199

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oktophonie wrote:
21 Dec 2020, 13:22
Yes, I never liked the mp ligature either and was a bit surprised to see it in Bravura. (Of course, mp is a bit of a nonsense dynamic anyway, as Berio used to say, but that's another matter) :)
Yes, the "best" way to start a symphony is in mp.

Actually, you don't need ligatures in pp or ff, if the symbols are designed and adjusted with care. Looking forward to see more of your work!
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Re: Musescore 3.5.0.13199

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OCTO wrote:
22 Dec 2020, 09:38
oktophonie wrote:
21 Dec 2020, 13:22
Yes, I never liked the mp ligature either and was a bit surprised to see it in Bravura. (Of course, mp is a bit of a nonsense dynamic anyway, as Berio used to say, but that's another matter) :)
Yes, the "best" way to start a symphony is in mp.

Actually, you don't need ligatures in pp or ff, if the symbols are designed and adjusted with care. Looking forward to see more of your work!
how about this font octo? i think most Japanese music edition using this kind of font
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Re: Musescore 3.5.0.13199

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Yes, I've seen this quite often in Japanese engraving; it works rather well, I think.
I'm most intrigued by the text font though (like in b.14) - what's that?

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it is the infamous Nepomuk font which i prefer rather than Academico
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odod wrote:
28 Dec 2020, 07:16
how about this font octo? i think most Japanese music edition using this kind of font
I am not sure. I would definitely NOT use it for my publications. Somehow it looks 'schizophrenic' to me.
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I like my Treble clefs to be reasonably upright, and not leaning too far forward or too far back. Sibelius's clef leans back too much, I think.
The top loop here leans a little too far forward.

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