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Key signatures, time signatures, and clefs

Changing the key, meter, and clef

With many kinds of music, you may find that you need to change from the key signature, time signature or clef that you selected in the Setup Wizard.

In this lesson, you will learn how to:

  1. Change the key signature
  2. Change the time signature
  3. Add a clef change

To begin at this point, open ClosedTutorial documentFinale includes a number of tutorial files that complement the Finale Tutorials. To access a tutorial document, choose File > Open and double-click the "Tutorials" shortcut. If you have navigated away from the default "Finale Files" folder, a different folder may appear when you choose File > Open. If this is the case, access the Tutorial documents by navigating to the C:\Program Files\Finale\Music Files\Tutorials folder. Tutorial 4b.MUSX.

Adding a key signature change

You can use the Key Signature tool to add changes to the key signature.

Changing the time signature

You can use the Time Signature tool to add changes to the time signature.

Adding clef changes

You can use the Clef tool icon to change the clef.

  1. Click the Clef tool icon.
  2. Double click measure 16 in the Clarinet part.
  3. Choose the Alto clef (number 2) and click OK. (Or, simply double-click the Alto clef).

Noteman says: To create a mid-measure clef change, select a partial measure before you double-click.

Changing the key, time or clef with the Selection tool

The Selection tool does more than just highlight music. With one tool, you can quickly change key signatures, time signatures, clefs, apply staff styles and much more. Because we don't actually need these elements in the last measure, let's change them back using Selection tool context menus.

  1. Choose the Selection tool icon.
  2. -click on measure 16 (of the clarinet staff).
  3. Select Clef.
  4. Double-click the Treble Clef.
  5. -click on measure 17 (any staff).
  6. Select Time Signature > 4/4.
  7. -click on measure 17 (any staff).
  8. Select Key Signature > G major.
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Key signatures

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Standard key signatures are available in the Key Signatures palette in the Basic or Advanced workspaces. It is also possible to create custom key signatures (below).

Add a new key signature

Add new key signature to all staves

Use any of the following methods:

  • Drag a key signature from the palette onto an empty part of a measure.
  • Select a measure and click a key signature in the palette (double-click in versions prior to 3.4).
  • Select a note and click a key signature in a palette (double-click in versions prior to 3.4).

Add new key signature to one staff only

If you wish to change the key signature of only one staff line, leaving others unchanged:

  • Press (Mac: ) and hold while you drag a key signature from a palette onto a measure.

Replace an existing key signature

Replace key signature for all staves

Use any of the following methods:

  • Drag a key signature from the palette onto the key signature to be replaced (or onto the measure containing the key signature).
  • Select the key signature to be replaced, and click a new key signature in a palette (double-click in versions prior to 3.4).

Replace key signature for one staff only

If you wish to replace the key signature of only one staff, leaving others unchanged:

  • Press (Mac: ) and hold while you drag a key signature from a palette onto the key signature to be replaced (or onto the measure containing the key signature).

Remove a key signature

Use any of the following methods:

  • Click on an existing key signature and press .
  • Drag the empty key signature ("open/atonal") from the palette (in the advanced workspace) onto the measure.

Naturals on key signature changes

By default, MuseScore only shows cancelling naturals when the key signature changes to that of C Major/A minor (no sharps or flats). In all other cases, it simply shows the new key signature without cancellations:

However, you can opt to display cancelling naturals for all key signature changes:

  1. From the menu, select → → . You'll see the options:

  2. Select one of the three options.

  3. If you are in a part and want the new option to apply to all parts, click on .
  4. Click to exit.

For example, selecting the option "Before key signature if changing to fewer ♯ or ♭" gives:

And the option "After key signature if changing to fewer ♯ or ♭. Before if changing between ♯ and ♭" gives:

Key signature changes and multimeasure rests

Multimeasure rests are interrupted if there is change of key signature:

Courtesy key signatures

To turn off the display of a particular courtesy key signature:

  • Select the relevant key signature and untick "Show courtesy" in the "Key Signature" section of the Inspector.

To turn off the display of all courtesy key signatures:

  • From the menu, select → → , and untick "Create courtesy key signatures."

Note: Courtesy key signatures are not displayed at section breaks.

Custom key signatures

To create a custom key signature:

  1. Press to display the Key signatures section of the Master palette.

  2. In the Create Key signature panel, drag accidentals from the palette onto the staff above to create the desired key signature. Note: The treble clef is only decorative—custom key signatures for any type of staff can be created here.

  3. Use the button, if required, to remove all accidentals from the "staff."
  4. To move the new key signature into the library (center panel), press . To delete a key signature from the library, right-click it (Mac: -click) and, in the drop-down menu, select .

Note: A limitation of custom key signatures is that they cannot be transposed in the usual way. If a transposition is needed, or where there is a clef change, you will need to create a new custom key signature.

To move a key signature from the Master palette to a custom palette:

  • Drag and drop the key signature onto a palette.

To apply a key signature to the score directly from the Master palette, use one of the following methods:

  • Select a measure and click a key signature in the Master palette (double-click in versions prior to 3.4).
  • Drag a key signature from the Master palette onto a measure; alternatively, to apply to one staff only, hold (Mac: ) while dragging.
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Key signatures, time signatures and clefs

Changing the key, meter, and clef.

With many kinds of music, you may find that you need to change from the key signature, time signature or clef that you selected in the Setup Wizard.

In this lesson, you will learn how to:

  1. Change the key signature
  2. Change the time signature
  3. Add a clef change

Note. To begin at this point, open "Tutorial 4b.MUS."

Adding a key signature change

You can use the Key Signature tool to add changes to the key signature.

  1. Select the Key Signature tool .
  2. Double-click measure 17. The Key Signature dialog box appears.
  3. Use the slider to change the key to F major.
  4. For Transpose Notes, choose Down.
  5. Click OK.

Changing the time signature

You can use the Key Signature tool to add changes to the key signature.

  1. Click the Time Signature tool .
  2. Double-click measure 17.
  3. Use the Number of Beats slider to the left to 2.
  4. Use the Beat Duration slider to the right to 2.
  5. Click OK.

Note. Notice the F natural, indicating the previous key signature is "cancelled." This setting can be controlled in Document Options-Key Signatures.

Adding clef changes

You can use the Clef tool to change the clef.

  1. Click the Clef tool .
  2. Double click measure 16 in the Clarinet part.
  3. Choose the Alto clef and click OK. (Or, simply double-click the Alto clef).

Note. To create a mid-measure clef change, select a partial measure before you double-click.

Changing the key, time or clef with the Selection tool

The Selection tool does more than just highlight music. With one tool, you can quickly change key signatures, time signatures, clefs, apply staff styles and much more. Since we don't actually need these elements in the last measure, let's change them back using Selection tool context menus.

  1. Click the Selection Tool .
  2. -click on measure 16 (of the clarinet staff).
  3. Select Clef.
  4. Double-click the Treble Clef.
  5. -click on measure 17 (any staff).
  6. Select Time Signature > 4/4.
  7. -click on measure 17 (any staff).
  8. Select Key Signature > G major.

Note. If your Mac has a two button mouse, you can right-click instead of using the CTRL modifier key. This is the case for all context clicking.

 

 

Sours: https://usermanuals.finalemusic.com/Finale2012Mac/Content/Finale/Tut4EditingYourMusic3.htm
Changing Key in Musescore 3

Learn how to create and edit key signatures in MuseScore

Learn how to create and edit key signatures in MuseScore.

What Will I Learn?

  • You will learn how to create and edit key signatures in MuseScore
  • You will learn how to make multiple key changes within a score
  • You will learn how to use the transpose function within a score

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Requirements

To complete this tutorial learners will need to have the following:

Difficulty

This tutorial is at an intermediate level.

Description

If your music has a tonal center then it most likely will need some kind of key signature. MuseScore gives us options for adding key signatures as well as transposing within you scores.

Key signatures can be found in the Pallettes window to the left of MuseScore. All the standard key signatures are there. To add a key signature you need to drag and drop the key onto the beginning of the piece of music. From this point you can click on the key and use the Inspector window to the right to make further edits.

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You can add new key signatures to your score by dragging a new key to any point of the score you wish. Note: Inserting a new key will not actually transpose the piece of music. MuseScore will automatically adjust the accidentals to keep the pitches as they were written.

To transpose a piece of music or a portion of a piece you need to use the Transpose function. This can be found in the upper menu under Notes -> Transpose. Before selecting transpose you need to select the portion of music you wish to transpose. You can do this by left-clicking on the first note of the section, holding shift and clicking the last note of the selection. Now go to the Transpose menu.

You will be presented with a Transpose window where you can make numerous selections related to your transpose function.

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How do you change rhythm in MuseScore?

In the automatic version of Real-time input, you play at a fixed tempo indicated by a metronome click. You can adjust the tempo by changing the delay between clicks from the menu: Edit → Preferences… → Note Input (Mac: MuseScore → Preferences… → Note Input ).

How do you change the playback instrument in MuseScore?

Change instrument

  1. Right-click on an empty part of the measure and choose Staff Properties…
  2. Click on Change Instrument.
  3. Choose your new instrument and click OK to return to the Staff Properties dialog.
  4. Click OK again to return to the score.

How do you transpose in MuseScore?

How to transpose

  1. Use the shortcut Ctrl + A (Mac: ⌘ + A ) to select the complete score.
  2. Notes → Transpose… ( MuseScore 1x and 2.x) or Tools → Transpose… ( MuseScore 3.x)
  3. Choose to ‘Transpose By Key’ or ‘Transpose By Interval’.
  4. OK .

How do you do triplets in MuseScore?

To create triplets, use the following instructions:

  1. Enter “Note input mode” by pressing N .
  2. Select the note that the triplet is based on.
  3. Type Ctrl + 3 (Mac: ⌘ + 3 ).
  4. For other tuplets: the same steps by typing the equivalent number (4 = Quadruplet; 5= Quintuplet…)
  5. Fill in the notes.

How do you combine notes in MuseScore?

MIDI keyboard

  1. Connect your MIDI keyboard to the computer and switch your keyboard on.
  2. Start MuseScore.
  3. Create a new score.
  4. Click to select the rest in measure 1 to indicate where you want note entry to begin.
  5. Press N to begin Note Entry mode.
  6. Select a note duration such as 5 for quarter notes (crotchets), as described above.

How do you slur notes in MuseScore?

Add slur in Normal mode

  1. Make sure you are in Normal mode;
  2. Select the note where you want the slur to start:
  3. Press S to add a slur extending to the next note:
  4. (Optional) Hold Shift and press → (right arrow key) to extend the slur to the next note.
  5. (Optional) Press X to flip the slur direction:

How do you change the stem of a note in MuseScore?

Is there a way to change the default stem direction of a voice? For example, in single stave notation for guitar voice 1 is always stems up and the bottom voice is always stems down….Comments.

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How do you make ties in MuseScore?

To add ties between two chords, select the stem of the first chord, or Shift⇑ + click on the first chord and press + . Note Entry mode must not be enabled. X flips the direction of a selected tie.

How do I change the key signature in MuseScore?

Replace an existing key signature

  1. Drag a key signature from the palette onto the key signature to be replaced (or onto the measure containing the key signature).
  2. Select the key signature to be replaced, and click a new key signature in a palette (double-click in versions prior to 3.4).

How do you change the key signature?

To add a key signature change:

  1. Select the Key Signature tool .
  2. Double-click measure 17. The Key Signature dialog box appears.
  3. Use the slider to change the key to F major.
  4. For Transpose Notes, choose Down.
  5. Click OK.

How do you show palette in MuseScore?

You can show, or hide the palette using the menu Display → Palette (or use the shortcut F9 ).

How do you transpose music from C to B-flat?

Example: Transposing from a C instrument to a B-flat instrument.

  1. Move the key up one whole step (or whole tone).
  2. Our key of C Major transposes to a key of D Major. Likewise, G Major would transpose to A Major, B-flat Major to C Major, and so on.

What is the key and its time signature?

The time signature (also known as meter signature, metre signature, or measure signature) is a notational convention used in Western musical notation to specify how many beats (pulses) are contained in each measure (bar), and which note value is equivalent to a beat.

Can you transpose in noteflight?

Viewing Scores in Concert or Transposed Pitch When you are using Noteflight, you can toggle between these two viewing options using the “Concert pitch” button at the bottom of the screen. If you uncheck it, you will see all the transposing instruments as they see their parts.

How do I save a noteflight score as a PDF?

Exporting a file:

  1. After clicking the export button, a screen will appear with all of the available export options such as: Export to PDF, MIDI, WAV, MP3 and more.
  2. Choose which option you need and follow the prompts to download your file to your computer.

Why is trumpet music transposed?

Before valves were invented in the 19th century, horns and trumpets could play only the notes of the overtone series from a single fundamental pitch. As a result, all horn music was written as if for a fundamental pitch of C, but the crooks could make a single instrument a transposing instrument into almost any key.

How do you transpose B flat trumpet to concert pitch?

So you take the score for a B-flat instrument and, to write it out for a piano or other C instrument (in other words, to write it out in Concert Pitch), you move it down a Major 2nd. Then both instruments will be playing the same pitch – the trumpet with the original score and the piano with the transposed score.”

How do you transpose C to F?

In C to F transposition, there will be two times in the scale when one note in the pairing has a sharp and its companion does not. On a piano, this will mean one white note and one black note will be played to make a fifth. In the key of C, the note F will become an A# (Bb) when you transpose to the key of F.

How do you transpose from C to G?

In the case of C to G, it is only one note. From the original key’s note, move around the circle the predetermined number of notes. In this case, we will move one. So an A in the key of C would be transposed to an E in the key of G.

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