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Video Presentation - Pizzicato

Here is the main presentation video for the Pizzicato music software.

It gives you a general viewpoint of what you can do with Pizzicato, in about 11 minutes.

Click here to watch the Pizzicato video presentation:

This video shows you what you can do with Pizzicato. To learn how to do it, the following tutorial videos give you much more details.

You can also watch these videos on Arpege Music YouTube channel at:

www.youtube.com/arpegemusic

Video Tutorials

You will find here videos showing the main features of Pizzicato, as well for music notation and transcription as for intuitive music composition tools.

You may watch them to get an idea of what you will be able to do with Pizzicato or you can use them to quickly and efficiently learn how to use Pizzicato. There is a total of 2 hours and 47 minutes of videos at your disposal, where the designer of Pizzicato explains to you how Pizzicato can help you write and compose music.

The videos are available as Flash presentations and QuickTime Movies. You can freely download and install Flash here or Quicktime here

Accompaniment musics and examples of the videos have been designed with Pizzicato Professional. The sounds come from a Roland SC-55 synthesizer (Sound Canvas) and from the digital sound library EWQL Symphonic Orchestra (Silver Edition).

Music Notation

Title Duration Flash video QuickTime video Links to the corresponding lessons in the user manual
Introduction to Pizzicato - Music software 11'08 Flash QuickTime Introduction to the music course...
Introduction to Pizzicato...
Measures, staves and pages - Organizing the score 10'10 Flash QuickTime Measures and staves (1)...
Measures and staves (2)...
The instruments view...
Page layout...
Characteristics of staves...
Introducing notes and rests (1) 10'22 Flash QuickTime Notes and rests...
Stems and beaming...
Chords and dotted notes...
Accidentals...
Introducing notes and rests (2) 7'51 Flash QuickTime Note heads...
Rhythmic voices...
Triplets and enharmonics...
Cross staff beaming and grace notes...
The graphic editor...
Entering the notes with the keyboard 8'27 Flash QuickTime MIDI Setup...
Entering notes with the keyboard...
Real time recording (1)...
Real time recording (2)...
Reading and writing MIDI files...
Copy, paste and transpose measures 4'23 Flash QuickTime Selecting measures...
Transposing and justifying measures...
Using clefs 2'35 Flash QuickTime Using clefs...
Key and time signatures 3'02 Flash QuickTime Key signature...
Time signature...
Playing the score expressively 10'56 Flash QuickTime The instruments view...
Graphic and MIDI symbols...
Modification of MIDI data...
Bar lines and repeats...
The musical effects view...
Text, lyrics and chords 9'45 Flash QuickTime The text tool...
Lyrics...
The chord tool...
The chord progression window...

Intuitive Music Composition Tools

Title Duration Flash video QuickTime video Links to the user manual corresponding lessons
Your music desktop - Scores and instruments 10'19 Flash QuickTime The conductor view...
Instruments...
Intuitive combination of scores and chords 13'18 Flash QuickTime The conductor view...
Harmonic spaces...
Finding chords - Harmonization 15'21 Flash QuickTime Chords analysis and search...
Harmonic spaces...
The score arranger...
Intuitive music composition 16'34 Flash QuickTime Harmonic spaces...
Dragging and dropping scores...
The music libraries...
Using styles to compose music 20'24 Flash QuickTime Harmonic spaces...
Using styles...
Tools to compose music intuitively 13'28 Flash QuickTime The smart link...
Music generators...
Virtual keyboards...


   
   
              
 

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