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
How-to articles for Music Arrangers
Here are our how-to articles for music arrangers!
Finale Tempo Playback Failure Finale's tempo playback can be unreliable under some circumstances. Here are some known issues: Finale won't read my tempo marks Finale plays back at the wrong tempo Finale screws up the timing in stems … [Read more...] about Finale Tempo Problems | In-Depth Article
MainStage 3 is a widely-used app, primarily by keyboardists and performers onstage and in the pit. There are two good reasons to connect Finale to MainStage: The first is to take advantage of the wide sonic palette and powerful capabilities it offers … [Read more...] about Using MainStage 3 as a Finale Output Device (Mac)
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”
Revision of a music score might be part of any arranging project. Sometimes we the arrangers “nail it” on the first delivery, but often you, the client, will have changes you might want to make. We include a complimentary round of revision in our … [Read more...] about How to Mark Up a Music Score for Revision