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Hello, I'm trying to migrate from MuseScore to Logic, and have run into some questions. Any help would be appreciated!

 

Please see the attached picture for reference.

 

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Q. 1. The little bracket to the left of the first note, and in between the chords G & Am (I think are called "stim") are often used in hymnals to indicate the portion to be played as an introduction. Is there a way to do this in Logic? The picture was taken from a file created with MuseScore.

 

Q. 2. Note that while the song is in 4/4, the very first measure is a pickup measure with only 1/4 displayed. The very last measure of the song (not pictured) has actually 3/4 displayed. This is a very common occurrence in hymnals. How would I do this in Logic?

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Thanks again for the Bravura font tip. I've looked up the characters in the MacOS Font Book, and managed to add the two stimme characters to the Favorites in Emoji & Symbols Character Viewer. But in the Character Viewer these two symbols don't display correctly, and show up as blank squares. I tried adding keyboard shortcut inside System Preferences, but when I paste in these symbols, they show up as Chinese characters. There's got to be an easier way to view and enter these symbols. How do you do it? Thanks.
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