Logic Pro X Score editor in Logic X-removing articulation notes

Edgold

Logician
I don't want the notes which are only for changes in articulation to show in the finished score. I am using the samples of the Vienna Symphonic Library but I suppose it would be the same principal as in the Logic instruments.

I am anxious to be able to print scores although not necessarily using Logic and this is a first step. The music has already been written and uses orchestral samples and one narration track (which is a different topic).
 

Pete Thomas

Administrator
Staff member
One workaround for this is to use polyphonic staff styles that don't show the key switch notes because you put them on a MIDI cannel outside those which show on the staff style.

My preference is to use text or score symbols instead for articulations as it's easier. hence I developed the combo remapper which converts text (e.g. arco/pizz) pr symbols such as trills or staccato to not keyswitches.

http://mediamusicforum.com/logic-keyswitch-articulations

http://mediamusicforum.com/logic-combo-remapper
 

Edgold

Logician
Thank you Pete,

I will try your suggestions in the morning as I'm rather too tired to try them now.

Ed Gold
 

volovicg

Logician
or... just change your staff style ( low note ) to not include (or start after) the range you have defined for your articulations
 

Edgold

Logician
I'm afraid I"m not following you.
I'm opening score editor (Command 3), then edit <select, <lowest notes and nothing happens. Maybe I misunderstand but I am not too familiar with Logic X. But this is along the lines I would hope it would work. I think I did get it to work in Logic 9.
 

volovicg

Logician
cmd+shift+4 ( file is then on desktop) to do a screen print.
upload a snapshot of a few bars....and I will show you with an exact example...

See if the below helps......


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