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I am trying to enter notes through Hyperscribe, with a 1-measure count off and continuous clicking while recording. I have the metronome sound source set to Finale click. When I click a measure, the time starts moving in the playback controls, but I don't hear any clicks. Does anyone have a solution?

 

Here is what I am using:

Finale 26.1.0.484

MacOS Monterey 12.1

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Make certain that you have not have accidentally selected Tap as your Beat Source. Otherwise, go through the following list and see if you've missed anything:

 

To set up countoff measures and the metronome click (for playback and HyperScribe recording)

  1. Choose MIDI/Audio > Click and Countoff to display the Click and Countoff dialog box.
  2. Choose an option from the Countoff pop-up menu to set the instances when Finale provides a countoff of measures before starting to record or play back.
    • Choose Never if you never want a countoff.
    • Choose Always if you always want a countoff when you’re playing back and recording.
    • Choose While Playing or While Recording if you want a countoff only while playing back or only while recording, respectively. Finale always sounds a click when playing countoff measures.
  3. In the Measures text box, enter the number of measures that you want Finale to count off before recording or playing back music. Enter zero if you don’t want any countoff, 1 if you want one measure counted off, 2 to hear two measures, and so on.

    If you’re only playing back, Finale uses the time signature of the first measure that you’re playing back to determine the time signature of the countoff measure. If you’re recording, Finale uses the beat duration set in the Quantization Settings dialog box.

  4. Choose an option from the Click pop-up menu to determine when the metronome click will play.
    • Choose Never if you never want a click.
    • Choose Always if you always want a click when you’re playing back and recording.
    • Choose While Playing or While Recording if you want a click only while playing back or only while recording, respectively. Regardless of this setting, Finale always plays a metronome click during countoff measures.
  5. Choose MIDI Note or MIDI Data from the Source pop-up menu, depending on whether you want a MIDI note or MIDI event as the clicks.

    You can specify different MIDI signals for the down beats and other beats. To have Finale automatically fill in the MIDI settings for you (except Duration), click Listen, then play the MIDI note or activate the MIDI event. You can also type the MIDI information into the text boxes.

  6. Click OK to return to the document. When you record, Finale uses the settings you just made.

 

 

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