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Feb 28, 2020 - 5:21:23 PM
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In an earlier post it is explained how to highlight a melody note. My question, is there a way to make the melody notes play louder in Tabledit so that we could hear it correctly. I understand finding a recording to hear the melody notes. But I would really like to slow the song way down to learn. Then gradually speed up. If there is a way. Thanks for your help.

Feb 28, 2020 - 5:48:56 PM

MickG

USA

1084 posts since 4/24/2003

Easily done.

Select the note to change. Right-click, then select dynamics. A pop-up opens and shows the current dynamics of the note. Select a dynamic for the note.

Another way:
Select the note to change. Click "Notes" on the main menu. Select Dynamics then set as desired.

Mick

Feb 28, 2020 - 7:59:11 PM

MickG

USA

1084 posts since 4/24/2003

The simplest way:

Select "View" on the main menu. Select "Palettes", Check "Dynamics" to display the Dynamics on the menu bar. Then when you select a note in the tab just click the desired dynamic on the menu bar.

Mick

Feb 28, 2020 - 8:23:51 PM

2563 posts since 4/19/2008

Mar 1, 2020 - 1:51:43 AM

TablEdit

France

130 posts since 7/24/2011

Hi,

For the difference to be heard, the accompanying notes must be lower than the notes of the melody.

To avoid processing the notes one by one, it is useful to use the block editing possibilities.
http://tabledit.com/help/english/extended_selections.shtml

You can thus select ALL notes with Ctrl+A and then apply dynamic mf or f to them.

Then select the notes of the melody (by clicking while holding down the Ctrl key) and apply the dynamic fff to them.

When modifying dynamics, it is recommended to display them on the screen by pressing the v key.

Matthieu

Edited by - TablEdit on 03/01/2020 01:53:02

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