I need help. When writing a part for the Alto Domra, Dorico produces notes correctly only if I write them an octave higher than they are intended in real life. The lower note (E of the first octave) but will sound (E of the low octave) In Dorico’s case, the lower note must be written in the second octave. How can this be corrected? I played around with the plucked instrument tuning, opposite the capodaster setting, but for some reason there is no response. Changing the string tuning didn’t help either. Where is the possible solution? Thank you in advance!
As a result, I discovered this moment. At the moment of printing out the batch, I saw that the batch was printed one octave lower. As a result:
In the score to play the instrument I need to write everything an octave higher
If I put it an octave lower so that a live musician could play - when printed, the part is printed lower than is really possible. I had to go back an octave higher.
I played with the settings of options in the layout (tab - performers), put a marking on the alto domra (to use the transposition of a harmonic instrument) With marking the party is transpose, but in the score all octave lower. Question, how to make, that in the score the party was correctly displayed in its octave and thus could play correctly. I hope I described the situation clearly. I am ready to add more details, if anything.