Finale 25.5 Mac OS Mojave
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I'm just catching up to this - and the lack of pipe organ functionality is a serious shortcoming, considering how many Finale users are church organists or instrumentalists. It would require a spec...
This illustrates my trepidation upgrading anything at this point. Finale resists your attempts to customize/personalize your installation (any features that allow this are more difficult than they ...
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- While attempting to access “EnigmaTemp798782049” the File Manager reported an error.
When this happens, I export as musicxml, and on import it comes in as you had left it. You can save-as over the locked file. (After manually setting the temp file location, I have determined in my ...
I may try that - but it's what I've done before. This may proved to be an excuse to buy the $64k Mac and start all over.: )
I can report that Grand Harp is much better than whatever I was using before.
That EasyFind app is pretty good - though in the end it comes down to something interesting: there are two kinds of folders, 'Samples' and 'Samples Data.' There are no .audio files associated with ...
I see that is the User library. The system library notes this path - and indeed, that is where I have been looking for the .audio files that do not exist on my system. Note: I have never gotten the...
Nothing like that here. Here's the entire file.
I have other income-earning software that went 64 bit, the principal reason for the update. In terms of music (and the Mac) I can access more RAM on 64 bit as well - makes a difference in Cubase wh...
Boot drive was new - it had to be to make the Mac switch from 32 to 64 without reformatting the original drive, the data drive was somewhat used. I'm going to chalk it up to Heisenberg's dog.