No Key Signature in the Score Editor

In an earlier question about getting Key Editor to use flats instead of sharps on the appropriate notes I was introduced to the Chord Track. By using that to set a key of F-minor I was able to get the Key Editor to label the notes correctly.

But just now when I opened up the track in the Score Editor the key signature for F-Minor was nowhere to be seen and instead it labeled the black keys as flats on their ledger lines. If the Key Editor knows about the key in the Chord Track how do I get the Score Editor to be aware of it?

Thanks in advance!

Hi,

Open the Score Editor’s Inspector and insert the Key Signature from here. The Score Editor doesn’t overtake the Chord Track’s scale.

Open the Score Editor’s Inspector and insert the Key Signature from here.

You mean you have to do it manually? There’s no way to get it to read it from the chord track like the key editor can?

The Size Editor doesn’t overtake the Chord Track’s scale.

I’m sorry; I can’t parse that.

Sorry a typo… This should answer your question (I meant):
The Score Editor doesn’t overtake the Cord Track’s scale.

Sorry a typo… This should answer your question (I meant):
The Score Editor doesn’t overtake the Cord Track’s scale.

“Overtake” is the part i don’t understand, but nevermind - I get that this is yet another thing Cubase can’t do, so I’m trying to do it manually. In this picture I used the Inspector to set it to Ab-major (same as F-Minor) but nothing apparently changed. So what else has to be done?

“inherit”

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Hi,

Now once you select the scale, click to the Score, where do you want to enter it. In your case to the very beginning.

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HI,

Sorry, @art1 , I’m not native English speaker as you already recognised I believe. In my language we are using the “take over” as “overtake”. But I’m going to use the “inherit” since now. Thank you very much @steve .

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