I’ve tried using the “default” Eb bari instrument in Setup, and also the “Bass Clef Full Score”. In either case, when I view the Part, it retains the bass clef whether I’m viewing it in Concert or Transposed, and if I change it in either the Score or the Part, it affects the other as well. I know in Sibelius there was a simple way when entering clefs to differentiate between whether you want a certain clef for JUST the score, JUST the part, or for both, but I’m very confused about how to achieve this here. Any help would be extremely welcome (due to a serious deadline )…
Thanks. I did try (for a bass clarinet I wanted to be bass clef for the Concert Full Score, and treble clef for the tranposed part) choosing the instrument “Bass Clarinet - bass clef Full Score”. However, this didn’t subsequently default to treble clef (which is the standard notation in transposed parts, as far as I am aware) - it still stayed bass clef.
Someone on the Facebook group also just pointed out the command “Edit >Clefs >Concert/Transposed”. At first glance, this would seem to be exactly what I’m looking for. However, I can’t figure out how it works and can find zero documentation on this feature. I was presuming (as I mentioned on Facebook) that if I have a player that doubles on flute and bass clarinet and choose the standard “Bb bass clarinet” instrument, that if I want to see a treble clef when viewing a transposed part I would select the bass clef as in the following:
The Edit > Clef command only works on a real clef item: the default clef that appears at an instrument change isn’t a real clef, but you can create one at that position, and then you can use that command.