I do a lot of horn ensemble arranging (french horn) and find when playing back that anything above a notated G above the staff is silent. When I do such a score I write with the notes that the player will see when playing it, in other words a modified concert pitch score. I realize that Finale cuts off anything above a concert F (top line treble clef) as that is the accepted modern range of the instrument. However the scores I am arranging range from medieval to renaissance, baroque to romantic, classical and modern. The range of the instrument, especially in the baroque era went up nearly an tenth above that, as seen in many scores of that era. Is there a way to work around this limitation or is it a brick wall?