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All in the title... for dummies like me.

Showing the name of the note being played would help me specially in unusual keys : F, etc.. :oops:

Thank you. :
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by michaelmyers1 on Fri Nov 14, 2014 5:23 pm
+1

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by martinkutschker on Wed Jan 21, 2015 9:18 am
Even better show the name of the note the mouse pointer is hovering.

Masi
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by michaelmyers1 on Wed Jan 21, 2015 3:02 pm
martinkutschker wroteEven better show the name of the note the mouse pointer is hovering.

Masi


This would be very useful. A windows tooltip seems like it would be an easy solution for this.

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by wcreed on Wed Jan 21, 2015 3:04 pm
??? You can see what note it is by looking at it...

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by etienneloyon on Wed Jan 21, 2015 3:04 pm
+1
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by etienneloyon on Wed Jan 21, 2015 3:07 pm
I am 62, I have still a job, I have other hobbies (=no much time), I never received any serious musical training. So, well, if I could be helped a bit to decypher a score in other-than-G key stave, I would be happy.
In the same time, it could actually teach me accurately and naturalley to read other keys,
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by martinkutschker on Wed Jan 21, 2015 3:41 pm
wcreed wrote??? You can see what note it is by looking at it...


Yes, wen can :)

Unfortunately some of us are hobbyists that tinker with music and have no training. If Notion could show us the not names right now, we'll learn them to know in the future. Until them we're happy to be assisted.

Masi
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by michaelmyers1 on Wed Jan 21, 2015 9:39 pm
Agreed. If a program can help teach, then it's just better. Notion is being used by a lot of students.

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by michaelmyers1 on Wed Jan 21, 2015 9:44 pm
wcreed wrote??? You can see what note it is by looking at it...


I recognize notes on the G clef (although I still have to say Every Good Boy Deserves Favor and spell out F-A-C-E 8-) ). Other clefs, and I'm lost. Notes floating way above or below the staff, I'm also lost. Identification of the note by hovering over it seems like a great idea to me!

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Nektar Panorama P1 control surface
Nektar Impact 49-key MIDI keyboard
Focal CMS40 near-field monitors
JBL LSR310S subwoofer
Notion 6 + Studio One 5 Pro

http://www.tensivity.com

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