Getting Started

1. ToolBox

All Notation Tools are here. More (top left) will show Additional Tools.

2. PageView

Open PageView, chage the layout to print or share it.

3. Menu

Open Menu for all Settings (Score, Track, Playback, App), File Access, Data Exportion & Help.

OneFlick Entry Method

  • ​The choices will appear when you touch the screen.
  • Select a location & the value at once.
  • The selection will change as you slide your finger to left/right.
  • Recommended to those who are familiar with music notation apps and looking for faster and more efficient entry system.

Traditional Entry Method

  • The choices will appear with ToolBox.
  • Select a value & the location separately.
  • Recommended to those who are not yet familiar with any music notation apps.

To open Score Settings, select Menu - ScoreSettings in EditorView.

This video will explain about:

  • How to set primary Time Signature
  • How to set primary Key Signature
  • How to set primary Tempo Mark

To open Track Settings, select Menu - ScoreSettings - TrackSettings in EditorView.

This video will explain about:

  • How to add, delete or reorder tracks
Note: Although the video is shown with version 2.0, the operation in Track Settings is exactly the same.

This video will explain about:

  • How to add tracks
  • How to change primary Clef
  • How to group tracks

by showing the process of making Piano Grand Staff.

Note: Piano Grand Staff is available in Templates & Samples in FileListView

This video will explain about:

  • How to set a track of keyed insturment (ex. trumpet in Bb) shown as transposed while it is played in concert key on playback

This video will explain about:

  • Note Entry
  • Rest Entry
  • Eraser
  • Undo / Redo
  • Auto Scroll (Menu-Application Settings)
  • Command Lock
  • OneFlick Entry vs Traditional Entry
  • Touch + Hold to move note pitch
  • Changing Note/Rest Duration
  • Dot
  • Adding Harmony
  • Accidental
  • Beam
  • Tuplet
  • Tie
  • Voice Change
  • Multi-Bar Rest

Additional Tools (MORE)

 

This video will explain about:

  • How to add/insert Barline
  • How to apply different Barline type
  • How to remove a Barline
  • How to remove a Bar
  • How to add Repeat Signs ( Repeat Signs are ignored on playback )
  • How to remove Repeat Signs
       

This video will explain about how to change:

  • Clef
  • Time Signature
  • Key Signature
  • Tempo

within a song.

  • Touch + Hold an item for a second, then arrows ( <<  >> ) will appear.
  • Tap an arrow to move the item.
  • Select other location of screen to deselect the item.
  • This command is always locked until other command is selected.
  • To move a note up/down quicker, check Note Command
  • When you select CM7, chord entry bar will appear.
  • When you select a button, Chord Selector will appear.
  • Create a chord symbol, then select OK.
  • To Erase a chord symbol, select Eraser, then select a chord symbol.

Go to Score Settings to change:

  • Font size
  • Default Location of Chord Symbols
  • Minimum Devision of Harmonic Rhythm
  • Select a note to start writing lyrics from, then Lyrics Writing view will appear.
  • Hit 'Return' to enter / update lyrics.
  • Use      to move entry location.
  • Select 'Line' to change line1 to line 10.
  • To modify, select a note and line number of the syllable you want to modify.
  • To erase, select Eraser, then select a syllable.

Go Score Settings to change Font size.

  • Select text input location with horizontal + vertical lines, then Text Entry View will appear.
  • To modify text already entered, select the text.
  • To remove, select Eraser, then select a text.
  • Select two notes to set the region to transpose. then set how you want the notes to move.
  • This command has no way to clear / remove. Use Undo.
  • Grace Note Entry is the same as Note Entry except you don't need to select the duration.
  • Select the location with horizontal + vertical line.
  • The shape of Grace Note will automaticall become to 16th-type when Multiple Grace Notes are enterd.
  • Select first and the last notes to set the region, then select 'Apply'
  • To Clear, do the same and select 'Clear'
  • Select the first and the last notes to set the region.
  • Can't including any rests in the group.
  • To Remove it, select Eraser, then select the space between the notes.
 

Dynamics Marks

  • Select a type, then select a note.
  • To remove, select Eraser, then select a mark.

Dynamics Arrows

  • Set start and end locations with horizontal+vertical lines.
  • To remove, select Eraser, then select a mark.
  • Select a type, then select a note.
  • To remove, select Eraser, then select a mark.
  • Select a type, then select the first and the last notes to set the region.
  • To remove, select Eraser, then select a mark.
  • Select a type, then select a note.
  • To Erase it, Select Eraser then select a tempo mark.
  • Select a type, then select a note.
  • To Erase it, Select Eraser then select a mark.
 
  • Select a type, then select an empty space on staff.
  • To Erase it, Select Eraser then select a mark.
       
  • Select a notehead style, then select a note head.
  • No way to remove. Apply Normal Head Style to set back to normal.

This is not for Purcussion Notation
To write Purcussion/Drums,

  1. Go to Track Settings
  2. Set Purcussion Notation ON
You can change Note - Sound relation with Change Notation Map

bars  bars
  • Select a type, then select staffs of the first and the last tracks to set the region
  • To remove, select Eraser, then select a Brace/Bracket.

File List View

Page View

New Features from version 3.0

This video will explain about:

  • Parts are automatically generated.
  • Layout settings are INDEPENDENT on score & each part
  • How to change visible tracks on EditorView & PageView
  • How to create a custom part

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