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This is about the debate of whether you should cultivate techniques or sensitivity more. If I am going straight to the point, it can be said that it is important to feed both. Here, what kind of points are the people who think about sensitivity and the people who think about techniques focus on each, and what kind of viewpoint is necessary for people in each position to balance? I am going to talk about it.
Harps are often used in orchestras and large-scale concert band works. By including harps in your work, you can make the sound of music colorful, but be careful when making notes. In order to actually use the harp while playing a song, it is necessary to perform specific operations each time.
Notation software used for score writing includes various software such as Finale and Siberius, but recently I use Notion 6.
Although Notion 6 has limited functionality compared to Finale and Siberius, it is not inconvenient if you do not create a very complex score, and you can complete a wide variety of scores, from banding to orchestra. Also, ReWire can be used in conjunction with DAW, and can work seamlessly with Studio One, so people who are used to creating sound sources with DAW can be said to be a particularly useful notation software. I would like to easily summarize the impressions I’ve used so far.