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Encore Manual

Encore Manual

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The BEAM NOTES item has a sub-menu containing the four
beaming operations used within Encore. For more infor-
mation on changing Beams see also Attributes>Beams,
Moving Objects in Encore and Selecting in Encore and SPACING
DEFAULTS.

BEAM GROUP is used to create brackets or beams over all
selected notes and rests and can also create beams across
barlines for contemporary music.

162The Menus

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The Menus

BEAM ON BEAT uses the time signature and beat location for
the selected notes to determine a default beaming combination.
The AUTO GUESS/BEAM function uses BEAM ON BEAT.

SUB-GROUP is used to “break” the secondary beams under the
primary beam of a beamed group into smaller groups without
changing the duration information. This leaves only the
primary beam connecting the entire group.

FLATTEN BEAMS changes angled beams so that they run in a
straight, horizontal line.

All notes must be in the same voice for BEAM GROUP and BEAM
ON BEAT to work. Notes in different voices will be beamed
according to the logic or selection applied to each separate
voice.

BEAM GROUP and BEAM ON BEAT require an unbeamed
selection to function properly. If any of the selected areas
were previously beamed, these two beaming operations will
undo the beaming instead of creating additional beams. If
this happens, you can just do it again and reapply the beam
operation to the same selection.

SUB-GROUP is applied after a group has been beamed together.
SUB-GROUP will frequently require a BEAM GROUP operation
before it can be used.

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