This lesson explains how to change the hairpin to “gradual style” crescendo text. However I noticed that (my error?) Trombone and Banjo do not have the Hairpin/Cresc (bar 15/16) that appears in the tutorial. Could you please review the easiest and most accurate method to duplicate the cresc in clarinet and cornet in bar 15/16 so they appear in Trombone and Banjo?
Also in this lesson, it taught how to hide the “flow headings” so that “See See Rider” does not appear twice. Nomenclature question: Could you review the terminology of what the remaining (visible) heading is called (after I have hidden the “flow heading”) ? Project attached.
First Steps Blues Song - Ma Rainey See See Rider - start point project.dorico (1.3 MB)
What have you tried so far?
You can input dynamics and modifiers using the dynamics popover, both during note input and by adding them to existing music. You can also input different dynamics into each voice independently in multiple-voice contexts; for example, to give the...
You can also select one of the existing hairpins, then Alt/Opt-click at the start of the bar for the Trombone and Banjo to copy it there.
That will be the project title, shown using a token that exists on the First page template by default.
In the First Steps guide, this is explained here:
Although you can only edit and use page templates and tokens fully in Dorico Pro, it is worth understanding the basic principles of how Dorico uses them to display information on pages, regardless of your product version.