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I had a track in S1 called "piano". Sending to Notion it displayed on just the treble clef. Per a suggestion I changed the S1 instrument to Presence Studio Grand. Notion then did import onto a Grand Staff but the notes remained only in the treble clef. How do I tell it to use both treble and bass clefs? Also how can I quickly move a note to the bass or treble clef. It's absurdly easy in Musescore which sadly I have to keep using because of issues like this with Notion. Hope things improve soon. Thanks!
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by jpettit on Fri Jun 29, 2018 12:36 pm
Cheat for now and rename it to "Piano".
The split is always middle C for now in Notion.

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by johnnewberry on Sat Jun 30, 2018 1:32 am
If you're interested it's the Studio One Presence "Grand Presence" instrument that will be recognized by name when transfered to Notion 6.
I'm not certain of the other instruments recognized by name.

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