|QuickScore Elite How To|
How to synchronize with another sequencer as slave
|Getting Started Tutorials Manual MIDI and Audio|
As a slave, QuickScore Elite can follow MIDI Time Code or MIDI clock.
To sync QuickScore Elite as a slave, set the External Clock option in the Options menu. (Make sure it is checked.)
If you are using MIDI Time Code which is being converted from SMPTE, make sure both QuickScore Elite and the converter hardware are using the same SMPTE format. To set QuickScore Elite's SMPTE format, select the SMPTE dialog from the Options menu.
Start QuickScore Elite playing by pressing the space bar or clicking on the play button. It is not necessary to set the time to the start time of the other sequencer. QuickScore Elite will start when it receives either MIDI Time Code messages or MIDI Clock messages.
If the master sequencer is sending MIDI Time Code messages, QuickScore Elite will automatically go to the right time and play as soon as it receives MIDI Time code messages.
If the master device is sending MIDI Clock messages, QuickScore Elite will start playing from its current position, unless it is first sent a Song Position Pointer message. Upon receipt of a Song Position Pointer message, QuickScore Elite will cue to the point of the Song Position Pointer message. It is a good idea if sending MIDI Clock to first send a Song Position Pointer message, and wait a small interval (a few milliseconds at least) before sending the first MIDI Clock message, so that QuickScore Elite has a chance to cue properly.
Set MIDI input and output
Enter notes with the mouse
Change a note's pitch
Create a lead sheet