Thursday, October 10, 2013


I'm no expert quite yet, but thanks to yesterday's brief training from a colleague at the Chancery who is also a musician for Village Theatre and accompanist at a North Seattle parish, I have some basic knowledge, tips and tricks on using Finale (a well-known music software that was recently installed on my computer).

In playing with the software again this afternoon, just to familiarize myself with it more, I scored Tamtum Ergo from scratch. I did have my user guide and notes from my meeting with Joseph handy, but didn't need to refer to them all that much. (That, and the CTRL + Z undo shortcut was ready at hand.)

The one thing I'm still trying to figure out, and might need to call more expert help on, is how to get rid of the annoying indentation in front of the first measure.

Liturgical (Musician) Nerd status is almost achieved.

1 comment:

  1. Hang in there. It's a pretty powerful tool, but very complex.... not that I know how to use it myself! Good luck!