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How to write a 'flam' in Logic Pro X's score editor


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Hi!

 

I am having difficulty adding flams to the score editor. Is there a way to do this?

 

I have viewed many threads about grace notes which I don't really want to use / can't get that to work on the #drums notation setting in Logic Pro X.

 

I have attached what I currently have, the 8th note circled needs to be a flam. I have also attached the flam sign I am looking for,

 

Thanks

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4 minutes ago, DanRad said:

You can make any note an independent grace note... It's in the score menu under note atributes (I think)

Yep and in addition to DanRad - you can use the layout tool and resize tool to format the note both in placement and size

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Layout tool... best thing since unsliced bread... I have it as my "command" key in my scoring screenset... Thanks to Ski who opened my eyes to the power of Layout!!!!!!!!  PS I have a key command for resize, another very useful tool...

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