The sharps in B flat major

Hi,
Tell me please,why do I have the sharps in B flat major?

Well, bars 55-58 are basically G A7 Dm B7 Em, whatever the key signature says!

But the rest looks weird, I agree.

How did you enter it? MIDI recording, or import from XML…?

Adding a key signature does not, in itself, transpose existing music. There’s a separate function for that…

Import from XML. I guess the problem is this?

MusicXML defines the exact notation for the notes. If the MusicXML file says the note is a D sharp, that’s what Dorico will put in the score. If the MusicXML should have said it was an E flat, that is a problem with the program that wrote the XML file.

This is different from importing MIDI. MIDI doesn’t distinguish between D sharp and E flat, and Dorico has to “guess” which is the correct notation from the key signature, by recognizing chords, and using other heuristic rules.

Thank you. I solved this problem very simply) I choose all the sharps in the filters and replaced them with flat

I choose all the sharps in the filters and replaced them with flat

Well that should sound interesting :wink: