I just did and it's absolutely brilliant!philthebean wrote:Has anyone tried playing it through?
You are far too kind Alan.Tarbaby wrote:I just did and it's absolutely brilliant!philthebean wrote:Has anyone tried playing it through?
It's way beyond my ability, I think, but I may be wrong. (It's 3 o'clock in the morning for me.)
But I do know that you are VERY clever, indeed!
I was laughing my way all through it, so I'll have to give it another shot tomorrow.
I certainly hope I can get this one under my fingers. What a hoot!!!
Daneta - first you need to be an 002 member. Then you should be able to see the link at the top of this post. Just click it and it should open.daneta wrote:Hello
I would like to see your work on Brahms, how can I do that?
Thanks Ged. It took a couple of hours to get used to G7. I haven't used all its features but I'm used to what I need now. Once you know how the program behaves you can get around some of the issues. But it is slow-going as you say producing nice work. I use the undo button a great deal!Ged1 wrote:Hey Phil, thank you for sharing your efforts with us. A very good job indeed. I just acquired G7. For those who know how to use it the program clearly offers a lot. The printout of your work is very clean and attractive. However, I am finding G7 anything but intuitive and the manual far less helpful than I had hoped for from a company like Sibelius. If you had any problems upon first use what avenue did you find to be the most helpful in coming up to speed on the program? I have yet to be able to go to the manual's index and find a good reference to the answer for any given question, so I end up using the trial and error method which can be slow going.