Creating music scores is a wonderful process that sometimes requires a bit of organization. Just like how you organize your documents in word processing software, it's equally important to have a neat layout for your musical compositions.
Whether it's about making sure your sheet music flows coherently or gaining a clearer view of your work, it's valuable to have the ability to choose where your content appears on the pages.
We already had a way to arrange your content in your scores using 'system breaks', which let you move between staves. Now, we've listened to your feedback and know how crucial it is to also add 'page breaks'.
🔥 This feature was something many of you asked for, and we're happy to announce that it's now here!
�🏻This feature was something many of you asked for, and we're happy With With page breaks, you have more control over how you organize your musical creations. With this new feature you can:
✅ Include different scores all in a single document
✅ Separate orchestration parts into distinct scores within one document
✅ Compose entire concerts with various movements all in one place!
... and much more!
If you're curious about how to use this feature, keep reading for a quick explanation on how to add and remove page breaks.
Adding page breaks
When it comes to our features, we always strive for intuitiveness, and this is no different. Simply select the measure, or a note within the measure, and then click the "add page break" icon available in the measure toolbar.
Remove page breaks
If you don't like the way your page is organized and want to eliminate a page break, simply select a note within the measure, and then click the "remove page break" icon.
We trust that this addition will enhance the layout of your sheet music and offer improved organization for your compositions within our music notation software.
If you have any feedback or additional feature suggestions, feel free to get in touch with us at email@example.com.
Thank you for your time, and continue crafting beautiful music!