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doc:expand_figuration [2011/10/03 03:23]
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doc:expand_figuration [2018/02/07 17:07] (current)
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 times, once for each chord of interest, you can write it once and times, once for each chord of interest, you can write it once and
 write block chords, and then expand the figuration for each chord. write block chords, and then expand the figuration for each chord.
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 +{{doc:​expand_figuration:​block-chord-segment.jpg}}
  
 First, you need a segment that contains (a) a chord, and (b) one First, you need a segment that contains (a) a chord, and (b) one
 measure of figuration (arpeggio-type stuff, but it can contain passing measure of figuration (arpeggio-type stuff, but it can contain passing
-tones etc).  That segment has to be specially marked:+tones etc).  ​ 
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 +{{doc:​expand_figuration:​figuration-segment-0.jpg}} 
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 +That segment has to be specially marked:
  
  * In the segment editor, select the chord and Phrase > Figuration >  * In the segment editor, select the chord and Phrase > Figuration >
    Make Parameter Chord    Make Parameter Chord
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 +{{doc:​expand_figuration:​figuration-segment-1.jpg}}
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  * Select the entire figuration and do Phrase > Figuration > Mark  * Select the entire figuration and do Phrase > Figuration > Mark
    ​Selection As Figuration    ​Selection As Figuration
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 +{{doc:​expand_figuration:​figuration-segment-2.jpg}}
 +{{doc:​expand_figuration:​figuration-segment-3.jpg}}
  
 Now in the main window, select that segment and every block chord Now in the main window, select that segment and every block chord
 
 
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