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Notes AND Rests Filter

So often I want to copy only the notes AND rests from a bar, but with chord changes, dynamics, text, etc. I can only quickly select the notes. Often that's enough, but there are plenty of times when a phrase begins with a rest that if included in the selection would make pasting much quicker.

Submitted by (@an0000)

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Inconsistent repeat/copy of notes with ties

If you input a note and tie as in Ex1 and then select the note and press R for repeat you get Ex2. If you select both notes in Ex3 and press R you get Ex3 you get Ex4. Clearly this is inconsistent and therefore one of these is a bug. These situations should not be confused with when the whole bar is selected when both situations result in the tie being copied. This is then consistent and I think correct (the tie is part ...more »

Submitted by (@jonathan404)

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Cross staff notes fail to return to parent staff in multistave

For grandstaff works requiring extra staves including those with ossia passages the CTRL+SHIFT+UP/DOWN command does not work properly. If the notes have been placed on a stave below the parent staff using this command does not return them to the parent staff but sends them instead to the top staff in the part. If that's an ossia staff or an additional higher keyboard staff, that's where the music goes to. It skips ...more »

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New Comments with "staff capability"

New Comments with "staff capability". Maybe implementing this feature should be not a joke.. but I make a large use of both comments and ideas, and many times I miss the possibility to write music inside a comment. 

A comment like "to do: creating a melody with these notes, or with this chord" and a small staff in which i can write the chord or the notes. Less complex than ideas, but a bit more than a text comment.

Submitted by (@p.marzocchi)

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Auditioning notes and chords in scores

Adding an "Audition" feature is something most other Notators have. You keep your mouse on a note and by pressing SHIFT + Mouse click (listen to single current note sustained) or CTRL + Mouse click (ALL the notes running verticle up the score on that note's position sustained. This is extremeley needed troubleshooting finding a wrong note in a specific in the score. Maybe adding a "zooming" feature to this is a good idea...that ...more »

Submitted by (@lubeckano)

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Select all out of range notes (OORN) in a selection

Often the Arrange feature will place some notes 'out of range' (colored red) in one or more instruments. Presently, we can identify these one at a time by inspection, or with a current plug-in. However it would be ideal if all out of range notes could be identified in a selection. In this way, one could move them all up or down by an octave. Although further tweaks might be needed harmonically/ melodically, this would ...more »

Submitted by (@markkramer)

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Playback of tied notes and hairpins; flute sample

When I place a crescendo (hairpin) over a note containing a tie across two measures, the sound volume abruptly drops when playback reaches the second measure. This problem has existed at least since Sibelius 7.0 and continues in Sibelius 7.5. I have encountered it with the flute instrument sample, but not with all instruments.

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New Notation Proposal: Spinning Cymbal Vibrato

My name is Guy Juravich and I am the inventor and founder of Spinbal, the Cymbal Spinner. Spinbal is a ball-bearing cymbal seat which allows cymbals to spin for extended periods. Similar to vibraphones and rotary speaker cabinets (such as Leslie), revolving cymbals produce a unique Doppler-shifting vibrato. With the addition of hanging "sizzle" ball chains, spinning cymbals produce white noise for extended periods as ...more »

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