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Tablature Notation - How do I notate harmonic?


Vargas Ramone
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I've tried a number of options. I can change the note head to a diamond but I can't work out how to have the pitch correct in the score and the fret and string number correct in the tablature. For example, if I want to play a high A harmonic, I can do it by playing a harmonic on the 7th fret of the D string. If I change the midi channel, so as to indicate the note is to be played at the 7th fret of the D string, the resulting pitch is an octave out. 

 

I hope that makes sense. I've searched high and low and haven't been able to find a solution for what is a common technique for guitar and strings.

 

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May or may not be relevant to your issue, but I found that with Logic, one has to either work with it toward producing either a good recording or producing a decent score staff into a same project. Quite often Logic could not produce both (score and performance) with the same set of data.

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