We wrote an article on the Finale Blog on importing Finale into Logic Pro X. The objective is to start in Logic where you left off in Finale, with your tempo map and sounds all present after you're done importing... then you can go on and route … [Read more...] about Importing Finale into Logic Pro X | Article on the Finale Blog
Articles on Other Blogs
We've written guest post articles on the Finale, Scoring Notes and Of Notes blogs discussing technical issues in Finale.
Finale doesn't use the term "Tempo Map" in their menus or documentation, despite its ubiquity in Digital Audio Workstations and other notation software. Dealing with tempo issues in Finale is a common issue for users, and the source of a lot of … [Read more...] about Article on the Scoring Notes Blog – Using Finale’s “Tempo Map”
Read our article on the "Of Note" blog - Getting a Good Mix in Finale The article discusses issues, techniques and solutions getting a good mix from Garritan Instruments for Finale (GIFF) and Garritan Premium libraries such as Jazz and Big Band (JABB) … [Read more...] about Article on “Of Note” Blog – Getting a Good Mix In Finale
We did a how-to article, using MakeMusic's Aria Player with Finale's Human Playback in Logic Pro X. It's published on both the Finale Blog, and the Garritan … [Read more...] about Arrangerforhire’s New Post on the Finale Blog – Aria Player in Logic Pro X
We wrote a guest post for the "Of Note" blog - "Restore Finale Customizations After Upgrade" Having upgraded from Finale 25 to 26 to take advantage of many improvements in application stability, speed, graphics performance, and articulation handling, … [Read more...] about New Article on the “Of Note” blog – How To Restore Finale Customizations after Upgrade