Apologies if this is really obvious (I’m coming from CUBASE 11 Pro and trying to learn notation software).
For ease of an example - lets say I have two staves in 4/4, stave one is full of just crotchets. If I start inputting notes on stave two, is there a way that as I input the note, I also hear the note at that position from stave 1?
For me, it would be easier to hear the new note against what I have already inputted.
Welcome to the Dorico side of the forum, @melph! I’m afraid there’s no way to hear the notes at the same rhythmic position when you input a note on another staff – I think that might be the first time I’ve ever heard it suggested, too. I’ll have a think about that as something we might look at in the future: users do often request the ability to step through the playback of the music one note/beat at a time (sometimes called in other programs “scrub playback”) and this sounds a bit like a variation on that theme.
Thank you for your reply - Like I said, I’m very new to notation programs (but been using DAWs since first cubase…) so my “idea”" might be a bit wayward. Scrub playback is what I am looking for, yes.
Im currently trying out the free version of Dorico and the trial of Note performer. Two great programs. I want to see if inputting music notation (as a French Horn player, I read read music) and getting my ideas down in a format I can easily read, then input into Cubase pro to mix with the various libraries I have there.