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Resetting Articulations and Dynamics to none

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Hello,

 

Simple question:

 

1) How to specify in the articulation list for no displaying any articulation in the note without using "ord" ?

2) Is there some reset to "normal" articulation (without symbols) ?

 

Best,

Julio

 

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In common music notation, if you use some "sticky" playing technique and you want to "disable" it later, then you should tell so the performer, should you not?

 

Best,

Torsten

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Thank you, SB !

 

18 hours ago, torstenanders said:

In common music notation, if you use some "sticky" playing technique and you want to "disable" it later, then you should tell so the performer, should you not?

 

Best,

Torsten

Sometimes we need to comunicate with machines, instead of musicians.

Best,

Julio

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