Hi,I love Sibelius. I see something I want to edit, I click on it and edit it. Finale, on the other hand requires selecting a tool before you do whatever it is that you want - much like Logic.
Question: How many of you out there use Finale and Logic? How many use Sibelius and Logic? Any correlation between the tool selection necessary in Finale and Logic?
Thanks much. Just curious as I attempt to learn Logic 9 and use it along with Sibelius, rather than Finale.
Don't give up. It will all be revealed to you in due time. The universe will unfold as it needs to and all will fall into place, and it will all make perfect sense to you.Logic makes no sense to me at all, although I am committed to learning it
It all depends what kind of editing you are talking about. In Logic's score window, you can do many basic edits strictly with key commands. Including: making selections, altering note lengths, altering note on positions, cut copy paste, etc. For some other editing you do need specific tools, like quantizing specific notes, scaling velocities, formatting the layout of the bars on the line, etc.The question I had (which really is just for conversation sake) is this:
Do others out there see a similarity in the necessity to use tools in Logic as in Finale? In other words, Sibelius does not require tool selection to edit what you see. Finale does require tool selection for just about every operation.
It isn't possible for users to delete threads. As you have removed all your comments, thus rendering the thread pretty much useless, it makes little sense to leave it in the Logic 9 area, so I moved it to the Lounge. Deleting a thread would involve deleting posts from several users, which would not be fair.Eli, Do you know how to delete this thread?