From: Jared <list-rosegarden@le...> - 2009-10-04 05:51:53
I've been reading through the Piano Notation tutorial in much more depth,
and the multi-voice thing clicked this time around. By following the
examples in the tutorial, I was able to combine the "upper" and "lower"
parts of each hand into single tracks for each of the treble clef and bass
clef staffs. So far, so good.
However, I'm having trouble joining the tracks such that they appear as a
single track in the main view. The two parts of each track appear to
stacked on top of each other in this example:
But, when I do this myself (using the Join command), the two parts are
literally merged together. Eg.:
I'd prefer to keep the somewhat separate like in the example picture. How
am I supposed to do this?
From: D. Michael McIntyre <michael.mcintyre@ro...> - 2009-10-04 06:19:36
On Sunday 04 October 2009, Jared wrote:
> However, I'm having trouble joining the tracks such that they appear as a
> single track in the main view. The two parts of each track appear to
> stacked on top of each other in this example:
That's an old image I missed cleaning up. With modern versions of Rosegarden,
the tracks expand in height, and each overlapping segment resides in its own
separate "lane" on the same track.
This is a good thing. In the old days, working with overlapping segments was
nearly impossible, because one would often cover the other, and there was no
way to control which one was "on top."
> But, when I do this myself (using the Join command), the two parts are
> literally merged together.
That's what the join command does. You don't want to use that here.
D. Michael McIntyre