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move notes from g-clef to bass-clef

Postby andy » Mon Oct 18, 2010 5:34 am

hi,
I `ve been recording some piano music with a midi keyboard in "grand staff".
Some chords I played with my left hand are now split up in G-clef and bass clef.
How can I move notes from the G-clef to the bass clef (don`t want to change the pitch, only i´n which clef its written)?

copying and inserting doesn`t work without deleting notes that are already there..

thanks alot for hints!
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Re: move notes from g-clef to bass-clef

Postby andy » Mon Oct 18, 2010 5:03 pm

guess, its not possible to do this.. :(
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Re: move notes from g-clef to bass-clef

Postby wglmb » Tue Oct 19, 2010 4:16 am

You can try this:

Select the relevant bars in the top staff.
Right-click and select tools -> swap voices. These notes are now in voice 2.
Right-click and cut.
Select the relevant bars in the lower staff.
Right-click and select edit -> paste insert.

Now you have everything on one staff. You might want to perform tools -> swap voices so that the higher notes are in voice 1.
You might want to combine everything into one voice, but unfortunately I don't know a way of doing that.
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Re: move notes from g-clef to bass-clef

Postby andy » Thu Oct 21, 2010 7:37 am

thanks alot, wglmb!

yes, this works somehow but is quite time consuming...guess I´ll have to stick to dragging the notes per hand for now..
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Re: move notes from g-clef to bass-clef

Postby russcript » Thu Oct 21, 2010 1:35 pm

I made this a feature request ;)
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