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Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
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Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
Pizzicato Pro 3.5 Complete User Guide
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  1. 1. Pizzicato Professional VersionFull Printable Documentation - Version 3.5 for Windows & Mac OS X
  2. 2. Pizzicato 3.5 Pizzicato Professional User Manual – Page 2___________________________________________________________________________________________________________Table of contentsTable of contents.....................................................................................................................................................2Introduction To Pizzicato......................................................................................................................................13 Versions of Pizzicato.........................................................................................................................................13 The user manual of Pizzicato............................................................................................................................15 Goals of Pizzicato..............................................................................................................................................15The mouse.............................................................................................................................................................16 What is the mouse?............................................................................................................................................16 Buttons of the mouse.........................................................................................................................................17 Pointing ............................................................................................................................................................17 Clicking ............................................................................................................................................................17 Double-clicking ................................................................................................................................................18 Clicking/dragging..............................................................................................................................................18Installing Pizzicato................................................................................................................................................18 Installing Pizzicato............................................................................................................................................19 Starting Pizzicato...............................................................................................................................................19 License registration...........................................................................................................................................20 Exit Pizzicato.....................................................................................................................................................21The computer and its interface (1)........................................................................................................................21 What is a computer?..........................................................................................................................................21 Communicating with a computer......................................................................................................................22 The screen and windows...................................................................................................................................22 Menus................................................................................................................................................................27 Dialog boxes......................................................................................................................................................28The computer and its interface (2)........................................................................................................................29 Buttons...............................................................................................................................................................30 Check boxes......................................................................................................................................................30 Radio buttons.....................................................................................................................................................31 Popup menus.....................................................................................................................................................31 Scroll bars..........................................................................................................................................................32 Sliders................................................................................................................................................................33 Lists...................................................................................................................................................................33The computer and its interface (3)........................................................................................................................34 Using the keyboard............................................................................................................................................34 Text boxes.........................................................................................................................................................35Using help..............................................................................................................................................................39 What is help?.....................................................................................................................................................39 The help menu...................................................................................................................................................40 How to use help?...............................................................................................................................................40 Reaching contextual help..................................................................................................................................41Whats new in version 3.5......................................................................................................................................41 Pizzicato Professional 3.5..................................................................................................................................41 8 new Pizzicato versions in 3.5.........................................................................................................................46MIDI Setup............................................................................................................................................................47 What is MIDI?...................................................................................................................................................47 MIDI configuration...........................................................................................................................................49 Select a synthesizer...........................................................................................................................................52Introduction to the music course...........................................................................................................................53 The purpose of this course.................................................................................................................................53 Material needed.................................................................................................................................................54 How to use this course?.....................................................................................................................................54
  3. 3. Pizzicato 3.5 Pizzicato Professional User Manual – Page 3___________________________________________________________________________________________________________Music notation.......................................................................................................................................................55 What is music?..................................................................................................................................................55 Characteristics of a sound..................................................................................................................................55 Music notation...................................................................................................................................................57 The staff.............................................................................................................................................................57 The measure......................................................................................................................................................58 Summary...........................................................................................................................................................60Handling documents and windows (1)..................................................................................................................60 What is a document?.........................................................................................................................................60 The document manager.....................................................................................................................................61 Opening and creation of a document.................................................................................................................63 Opening several documents at the same time...................................................................................................64Musical notation examples....................................................................................................................................65 Note pitch - example.........................................................................................................................................65 What is a clef?...................................................................................................................................................65 Note duration - example....................................................................................................................................66 Instrument timbre - example.............................................................................................................................67 Note amplitude - example.................................................................................................................................67Handling documents and windows (2)..................................................................................................................67 Handling musical documents............................................................................................................................68 The various Pizzicato windows.........................................................................................................................68 The score view and the global view..................................................................................................................69 The instruments view........................................................................................................................................69 The sequencer view...........................................................................................................................................70 The piano roll view............................................................................................................................................71 The graphic view...............................................................................................................................................72 The musical effects view...................................................................................................................................73 Association of a comment.................................................................................................................................73 The scrolling score view....................................................................................................................................73 The lyrics window.............................................................................................................................................74 The chord progression window.........................................................................................................................74 The main view and the conductor view.............................................................................................................74 The windows management modes....................................................................................................................75Measures and staves (1)........................................................................................................................................75 The measures and staves tool............................................................................................................................75 Adding and deleting measures and staves.........................................................................................................76 The linear mode.................................................................................................................................................80 Creating a score in linear mode.........................................................................................................................81Measures and staves (2)........................................................................................................................................82 How to move a staff?.........................................................................................................................................82 How to modify the width of a measure?...........................................................................................................84Notes and rests.......................................................................................................................................................85 The name and position of notes.........................................................................................................................85 Rhythmic values of notes..................................................................................................................................87 Rests..................................................................................................................................................................91 Summary...........................................................................................................................................................92Introduction of notes and rests (1).........................................................................................................................93 How to introduce notes and rests?.....................................................................................................................93 How to delete a note or a rest?..........................................................................................................................94 How to move a note or a rest?...........................................................................................................................95 How to select tools with the keyboard?.............................................................................................................96 Automatic justification......................................................................................................................................96Characteristics of music notation (1).....................................................................................................................97 Note stems.........................................................................................................................................................97
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Pizzicato 3.5 Pizzicato Professional User Manual – Page 4___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Beams................................................................................................................................................................98 More than one rhythmic voice...........................................................................................................................99Introduction of notes and rests (2).......................................................................................................................100 How to modify the stems orientation?............................................................................................................100 How to modify the beams?..............................................................................................................................101Characteristics of music notation (2)...................................................................................................................102 Chords.............................................................................................................................................................102 Dotted notes and rests......................................................................................................................................103 Ties..................................................................................................................................................................105Introduction of notes and rests (3).......................................................................................................................106 Introducing chords...........................................................................................................................................106 Dotted notes and rests......................................................................................................................................108 Changing the note head - Reducing notes.......................................................................................................109The scale and the accidentals..............................................................................................................................111 The scale and the musical keyboard................................................................................................................111 Tones and half tones........................................................................................................................................112 The sharp and the flat......................................................................................................................................112 The natural.......................................................................................................................................................114 The double sharp and the double flat..............................................................................................................114Introduction of notes and rests (4).......................................................................................................................115 Placement of accidentals.................................................................................................................................115 Position of an accidental..................................................................................................................................116 Ties..................................................................................................................................................................117 Adjustment of the stem length.........................................................................................................................118 Rhythmic voices..............................................................................................................................................119Entering notes with a music keyboard................................................................................................................120 The keyboard window.....................................................................................................................................120 How you can introduce notes with the keyboard?..........................................................................................122The music typing keyboard.................................................................................................................................126 Entering music faster.......................................................................................................................................126 Notes and rhythm............................................................................................................................................127 Other aspects of entering music......................................................................................................................128 Additional functions........................................................................................................................................130Tuplets.................................................................................................................................................................132 Triplets.............................................................................................................................................................132 Other tuplets....................................................................................................................................................133Introduction of notes and rests (5).......................................................................................................................134 Adding triplets and tuplets..............................................................................................................................134 The enharmonic tool........................................................................................................................................137Using the arrow tool............................................................................................................................................138 Using the arrow tool........................................................................................................................................138 Deleting with the arrow tool............................................................................................................................139 Optimal use of tools........................................................................................................................................139Graphic note entry tool on the staff.....................................................................................................................140 Graphic note entry tool....................................................................................................................................140 Intuitive chords entry.......................................................................................................................................142 Viewing note colors according to chords........................................................................................................145Using clefs...........................................................................................................................................................145 Octaves numbering..........................................................................................................................................145 Using the bass clef...........................................................................................................................................146 The instrument range.......................................................................................................................................146 Other clefs.......................................................................................................................................................147 Writing conventions........................................................................................................................................148Using clefs...........................................................................................................................................................149
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Pizzicato 3.5 Pizzicato Professional User Manual – Page 5___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Changing the clef.............................................................................................................................................149 Clef characteristics..........................................................................................................................................150Characteristics of music notation (3)...................................................................................................................152 Braces and groups of staves............................................................................................................................152 Measure numbering and rehearsal marks........................................................................................................153 Special staves..................................................................................................................................................153Characteristics of staves......................................................................................................................................154 Changing the staff names................................................................................................................................154 Characteristics of staves..................................................................................................................................155 Braces and brackets.........................................................................................................................................157 Measure numbers............................................................................................................................................158 Miscellaneous..................................................................................................................................................159 Number of lines and size of a staff..................................................................................................................159Cross staff beaming and grace notes...................................................................................................................161 Cross staff beaming.........................................................................................................................................161 Grace notes......................................................................................................................................................163The document manager.......................................................................................................................................165 Configurations.................................................................................................................................................165 Customizing the displayed folders..................................................................................................................166 Files and folders operations.............................................................................................................................167 Adding configurations and areas.....................................................................................................................168Using templates...................................................................................................................................................169 What is a template?.........................................................................................................................................169 Pizzicato Pro, Notation and Composition.......................................................................................................170Automatic saving and backup.............................................................................................................................171 Automatic saving.............................................................................................................................................171 Automatic backups..........................................................................................................................................172 Restoring a backup..........................................................................................................................................172The time signature...............................................................................................................................................173 Using time signature........................................................................................................................................173 Composite time signature................................................................................................................................174 Conventions and examples..............................................................................................................................174Changing the time signature................................................................................................................................175 Changing the rhythmic content of a measure..................................................................................................175 Up beat and incomplete measures...................................................................................................................176Key signatures.....................................................................................................................................................177 The major scale of C.......................................................................................................................................177 Tonality...........................................................................................................................................................177 The major scales..............................................................................................................................................178 The minor scales..............................................................................................................................................181 Arbitrary key signatures..................................................................................................................................182Using key signatures...........................................................................................................................................183 Selecting a key signature.................................................................................................................................183 Changing the key signature during a music work...........................................................................................184 Arbitrary key signatures..................................................................................................................................186 Exercises..........................................................................................................................................................187Selecting measures..............................................................................................................................................187 What is a selection?.........................................................................................................................................187 Copy and paste................................................................................................................................................188 Selecting several measures..............................................................................................................................189Special paste function..........................................................................................................................................192 Specifying the items to paste...........................................................................................................................192 Merging staves................................................................................................................................................193 Split voices......................................................................................................................................................194
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Pizzicato 3.5 Pizzicato Professional User Manual – Page 6___________________________________________________________________________________________________________Working in the sequencer and main views..........................................................................................................195 Selecting measures..........................................................................................................................................195 Adding/deleting measures and staves..............................................................................................................197 Creating and handling scores..........................................................................................................................197Measure parameters.............................................................................................................................................200 Time and key signatures indication.................................................................................................................201 Measures numbering.......................................................................................................................................202 Multimeasure rests..........................................................................................................................................203 Free measures..................................................................................................................................................203 Justification and staff lines..............................................................................................................................204MIDI....................................................................................................................................................................204 The purpose of MIDI.......................................................................................................................................204 MIDI messages................................................................................................................................................205 MIDI channels.................................................................................................................................................206The instruments view..........................................................................................................................................206 The instruments view......................................................................................................................................207 Elements of the instruments view...................................................................................................................208 Modifying the staves order..............................................................................................................................215The scrolling score view......................................................................................................................................215 The scrolling score view..................................................................................................................................215 Control of the scrolling score view.................................................................................................................216 How could you learn playing the keyboard ?..................................................................................................218Global options and graphic copy.........................................................................................................................218 Advanced global options.................................................................................................................................218 Graphic copy...................................................................................................................................................219 Additional options...........................................................................................................................................220Real time recording (1)........................................................................................................................................221 Real time recording.........................................................................................................................................221 The recorder and its options............................................................................................................................221 Start recording from the musical keyboard.....................................................................................................224 MIDI play options...........................................................................................................................................225Real time recording (2)........................................................................................................................................227 Tracks and staves.............................................................................................................................................227 Transcription...................................................................................................................................................228 Quantization....................................................................................................................................................231 Recording multiple voices - Correcting the notes...........................................................................................234Transposition.......................................................................................................................................................236 Transposition...................................................................................................................................................236 Intervals...........................................................................................................................................................237 Diatonic and chromatic transposition..............................................................................................................238Transposing and justifying measures..................................................................................................................239 Transposing measures.....................................................................................................................................239 Justifying measures.........................................................................................................................................240 Justification options.........................................................................................................................................242Page layout..........................................................................................................................................................244 What is page layout?.......................................................................................................................................245 Page setup structure in Pizzicato.....................................................................................................................245 Page layout dialog box....................................................................................................................................246 Page contextual menu......................................................................................................................................250 Modifying the layout of measures and systems..............................................................................................252 Printing the score.............................................................................................................................................253 Show or hide the staves of a system................................................................................................................254Creation assistant and parts extraction................................................................................................................255 Creation assistant.............................................................................................................................................255
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Pizzicato 3.5 Pizzicato Professional User Manual – Page 7___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Part extraction..................................................................................................................................................257Measures versions...............................................................................................................................................258 Measures versions...........................................................................................................................................258 Duplicate / delete a version.............................................................................................................................259The main symbols...............................................................................................................................................260 Why add symbols?..........................................................................................................................................260 Nuances...........................................................................................................................................................260 Tempo markings..............................................................................................................................................261 Ornament.........................................................................................................................................................262 Other various symbols ....................................................................................................................................262Graphic and MIDI symbols.................................................................................................................................264 Palettes, tools and symbols..............................................................................................................................264 Adding a symbol in the score..........................................................................................................................264 Erasing a symbol.............................................................................................................................................266 Moving or resizing a symbol...........................................................................................................................266The text tool.........................................................................................................................................................268 Creation of a text block...................................................................................................................................268 Moving, modifying and erasing a text block...................................................................................................270 Adding a title / Page numbers.........................................................................................................................271Bar lines and repeats............................................................................................................................................273 The various bar lines.......................................................................................................................................273 Repeats............................................................................................................................................................274 Other repeat signs............................................................................................................................................274Bar lines and repeats............................................................................................................................................276 Modifying bar lines.........................................................................................................................................276 Simulation of repeats.......................................................................................................................................277Lyrics...................................................................................................................................................................278 Introduction of lyrics in the score....................................................................................................................278 Connecting or extending syllables..................................................................................................................280 Adjusting the position of lyrics lines - Note names........................................................................................281 The lyrics fast encoding window.....................................................................................................................282The chords library...............................................................................................................................................284 Consulting the library......................................................................................................................................284 Modifying the symbols....................................................................................................................................285 Modifying the library......................................................................................................................................286The chord tool.....................................................................................................................................................286 Adding, moving and erasing chords on the score...........................................................................................286 Adjusting chords globally...............................................................................................................................288 Converting chords into notes...........................................................................................................................288The chords progression window..........................................................................................................................290 Fast encoding and visualization of chords......................................................................................................290Chords analysis and search..................................................................................................................................293 Analyze the chords of a score..........................................................................................................................293 Searching chords for a melody........................................................................................................................295The use of rhythmic voices and colors................................................................................................................298 Rhythmic voices..............................................................................................................................................298 Using rhythmic voices.....................................................................................................................................298 Using colors.....................................................................................................................................................299 Making a note or a rest invisible.....................................................................................................................300The guitar tools....................................................................................................................................................301 Principles of fretted instruments......................................................................................................................301 The guitar fretboard window...........................................................................................................................301 Tablatures........................................................................................................................................................303 Using tablatures...............................................................................................................................................303
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Pizzicato 3.5 Pizzicato Professional User Manual – Page 8___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Tablature parameters.......................................................................................................................................305 Chords diagrams..............................................................................................................................................306 The diagrams library.......................................................................................................................................308 The tablatures library.......................................................................................................................................311Graphic options and automatisms.......................................................................................................................312 Graphic options...............................................................................................................................................312 Automatisms....................................................................................................................................................314Reading and writing Midi files............................................................................................................................315 The Midi file....................................................................................................................................................315 Exporting a Midi file.......................................................................................................................................316 Importing a Midi file.......................................................................................................................................317MusicXML and NIFF files..................................................................................................................................318 What is a MusicXML file ?.............................................................................................................................318 Import a MusicXML or NIFF file in Pizzicato...............................................................................................319 Export a score in MusicXML..........................................................................................................................320Contextual menus and MIDI data modification..................................................................................................320 Contextual menu of a note...............................................................................................................................320 Contextual menu of a measures selection.......................................................................................................323 Modification of MIDI data..............................................................................................................................323The musical effects view.....................................................................................................................................325 Musical effects................................................................................................................................................325 The musical effects view.................................................................................................................................326 Modifying the symbol effects..........................................................................................................................328 Creating free musical effects...........................................................................................................................329The graphic editor...............................................................................................................................................331 The graphic note editor view...........................................................................................................................331 The use of colours...........................................................................................................................................335 Composing drum patterns...............................................................................................................................337The global view...................................................................................................................................................338 How to open the global view?.........................................................................................................................338 The main header bar........................................................................................................................................339 The staff header bar.........................................................................................................................................344Composition libraries (1).....................................................................................................................................348 What are the composition libraries ?...............................................................................................................348 Elements of the composition libraries.............................................................................................................349 Composing with the libraries..........................................................................................................................351Composition libraries (2).....................................................................................................................................353 Creation of a rhythmic cell..............................................................................................................................353 Creation of a melodic cell...............................................................................................................................355 Measures calculation method..........................................................................................................................357Composition libraries (3).....................................................................................................................................360 Creation of a theme.........................................................................................................................................360 Creation of a chord..........................................................................................................................................361 Combining a chord, a rhythm and a melody...................................................................................................363Composition libraries (4).....................................................................................................................................365 Creation of a melody folder.............................................................................................................................365 Options of a melody folder..............................................................................................................................366 Multiplying combinations...............................................................................................................................369Composition libraries (5).....................................................................................................................................372 Creation of a rhythm folder.............................................................................................................................372 Creation of a theme folder...............................................................................................................................375 Creation of a chord progression......................................................................................................................375 Arranging a melody on chords........................................................................................................................377Composition libraries(6)......................................................................................................................................379
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Pizzicato 3.5 Pizzicato Professional User Manual – Page 9___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Erasing, duplicating and moving elements......................................................................................................379 Library options ...............................................................................................................................................381 Libraries in the sequencer view.......................................................................................................................382 Copying libraries between two documents.....................................................................................................383 Summary - example of libraries......................................................................................................................384 Conclusions.....................................................................................................................................................386Editing a synthesizer...........................................................................................................................................387 Access to synthesizers configurations.............................................................................................................387Configuring the instruments view.......................................................................................................................395 Why modifying the instruments view?...........................................................................................................395 The instruments view configuration dialog box..............................................................................................395Editing graphic and Midi symbols (1).................................................................................................................397 Graphic and Midi symbols..............................................................................................................................398 Tools palettes...................................................................................................................................................398 Creating a new palette.....................................................................................................................................400 Importing the tools created with a previous version of Pizzicato...................................................................402Editing graphic and Midi symbols (2).................................................................................................................402 Creating a new tool - Assigning a keyboard shortcut.....................................................................................402 Bitmap graphic editor......................................................................................................................................405Editing graphic and Midi symbols (3).................................................................................................................407 Creation of a symbol for the score..................................................................................................................407 The vectorial editor.........................................................................................................................................408Editing graphic and Midi symbols (4).................................................................................................................419 Creation of a curve..........................................................................................................................................420 The graphic side of symbols............................................................................................................................420 Examples of symbols.......................................................................................................................................423Editing graphic and Midi symbols (5).................................................................................................................424 Midi effects on the score performance............................................................................................................424 Examples of Midi effects................................................................................................................................430Modifying a symbol locally................................................................................................................................433 Local modifications.........................................................................................................................................433 Examples of local modifications.....................................................................................................................436Learning the musical keyboard...........................................................................................................................436 How to learn the keyboard with Pizzicato?.....................................................................................................437 Organizing the screen......................................................................................................................................437 Progressive exercises generator.......................................................................................................................440 Listening to the exercise and learning how to play it......................................................................................441 Fingering.........................................................................................................................................................442 Sounds.............................................................................................................................................................443 Learning progression.......................................................................................................................................443 Learning to play with an accompaniment.......................................................................................................445Composing music (1)..........................................................................................................................................446 Using the composition libraries.......................................................................................................................446 Contents of the Pizzicato libraries...................................................................................................................447Composing music (2)..........................................................................................................................................452 Using the accompaniment styles.....................................................................................................................452 Structure of a style...........................................................................................................................................457Composing music (3)..........................................................................................................................................459 What is a chord?..............................................................................................................................................459 Tonality and chords.........................................................................................................................................459 Sequencing chords...........................................................................................................................................463Composing music (4)..........................................................................................................................................466 Melodies and rhythms.....................................................................................................................................467 Generating melodies using libraries................................................................................................................469
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Pizzicato 3.5 Pizzicato Professional User Manual – Page 10___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Instrumentation and effects.............................................................................................................................469 General rules of composition..........................................................................................................................469Composition tools - The smart link.....................................................................................................................471 The composition tools.....................................................................................................................................471 The smart link..................................................................................................................................................472 The computed measure parameters.................................................................................................................476 Note parameters...............................................................................................................................................477 Rhythm parameters..........................................................................................................................................478 Chords influence..............................................................................................................................................478 Application example........................................................................................................................................479 Adding smart link templates............................................................................................................................483Composition tools - The conductor view............................................................................................................485 The conductor view.........................................................................................................................................485 Using the conductor view................................................................................................................................488 Playing and grouping scores............................................................................................................................490Composition tools - Instruments.........................................................................................................................497 Instruments......................................................................................................................................................497 Using the instruments......................................................................................................................................501 Managing the musical objects.........................................................................................................................503 The instrument colors......................................................................................................................................507Composition tools - Harmonic spaces.................................................................................................................507 Basic principle.................................................................................................................................................507 Using the real time arranger............................................................................................................................507 Editing an harmonic space..............................................................................................................................512Composition tools - Dragging and dropping scores............................................................................................514 Basic principles...............................................................................................................................................515 A practical example.........................................................................................................................................515 The musical objects and their icons................................................................................................................520 Creating, deleting and editing the musical objects..........................................................................................521 Using the objects in a document......................................................................................................................522 The drag and drop options...............................................................................................................................522Composition tools - Music generators.................................................................................................................524 Basic principle.................................................................................................................................................524 The musical structure......................................................................................................................................526 A structure inside a structure...........................................................................................................................530 Parameters of a score.......................................................................................................................................533 The generated scores.......................................................................................................................................534Composition tools - General scales and chords...................................................................................................535 Scales and chords............................................................................................................................................535 Chords and scales library................................................................................................................................536 Assigning chords and scales............................................................................................................................540Composition tools - The score arranger..............................................................................................................541 Basic principle.................................................................................................................................................541 Using the score arranger..................................................................................................................................542 The harmonic rules..........................................................................................................................................544 The scales associated to the chords.................................................................................................................546Composition tools - The music vectors...............................................................................................................547 What is a music vector?...................................................................................................................................547 Practical examples...........................................................................................................................................548 The structure of a music vector.......................................................................................................................550 The melodic part..............................................................................................................................................553 The melodic wave...........................................................................................................................................556 The rhythmic aspect........................................................................................................................................560 The velocity wave...........................................................................................................................................562
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Pizzicato 3.5 Pizzicato Professional User Manual – Page 11___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Additional examples........................................................................................................................................563 The music vectors library................................................................................................................................566Composition tools - Virtual keyboards...............................................................................................................567 Virtual keyboards............................................................................................................................................567Composition tools - The music libraries.............................................................................................................572 The musical libraries.......................................................................................................................................572 A small example..............................................................................................................................................573 The content of the libraries..............................................................................................................................577Composition tools - Using styles.........................................................................................................................582 What is a style?................................................................................................................................................582 Using the Pizzicato styles................................................................................................................................582 Interactive styles and chords exploration........................................................................................................585 Importing styles from the Internet...................................................................................................................587 Extract the instrumental patterns.....................................................................................................................587 Summary.........................................................................................................................................................589Composition tools - The graphic vectors............................................................................................................589 Drawing a melodic curve................................................................................................................................589 Assigning a rhythmic structure........................................................................................................................592 Moving and transposing a melodic line..........................................................................................................594 Vectorization of an existing melodic line........................................................................................................595 Applying a rhythmic density...........................................................................................................................596 Changing the velocity......................................................................................................................................597Audio tracks........................................................................................................................................................598 Audio or MIDI?...............................................................................................................................................598 What is an audio track?...................................................................................................................................599 Adding an audio track.....................................................................................................................................599 Multiple audio tracks.......................................................................................................................................601 Audio setup......................................................................................................................................................602Creating an audio file..........................................................................................................................................603 Export a score to an audio file.........................................................................................................................603The audio editor...................................................................................................................................................606 Accessing the audio editor..............................................................................................................................607 The various parts of the audio window...........................................................................................................607 Specifying the file area to play........................................................................................................................609 Selecting the working area..............................................................................................................................610 Modifying the selected area............................................................................................................................610 Zooming..........................................................................................................................................................614 File operations.................................................................................................................................................615 Recording an audio file...................................................................................................................................617 Modifying the wave directly...........................................................................................................................618 Miscellaneous options of the editor.................................................................................................................619The spectral analyser...........................................................................................................................................620 What is an audio spectrum?.............................................................................................................................620 The spectral analysis window..........................................................................................................................621 Working on the harmonics of a sound.............................................................................................................623The virtual instruments........................................................................................................................................624 What is a virtual instrument?...........................................................................................................................624 Using the virtual instruments..........................................................................................................................625 The virtual instruments library........................................................................................................................627 Importing SoundFont files...............................................................................................................................630 Tuning.............................................................................................................................................................631Modular audio synthesis......................................................................................................................................633 Modular audio synthesis principles.................................................................................................................633 Generators.......................................................................................................................................................639
  12. 12. Pizzicato 3.5 Pizzicato Professional User Manual – Page 12___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Envelopes........................................................................................................................................................643 Modulators and other operators.......................................................................................................................646 Filters...............................................................................................................................................................649 Audio samples reader......................................................................................................................................653 Tips and advices..............................................................................................................................................658 © Copyright 1992-2010 ARPEGE-MUSIC All right reserved. 29, rue de l’Enseignement 4800 Verviers - Belgium
  13. 13. Pizzicato 3.5 Pizzicato Professional User Manual – Page 13___________________________________________________________________________________________________________Introduction To Pizzicato* Versions of Pizzicato* The user manual of Pizzicato* Goals of PizzicatoVersions of PizzicatoWe thank you for buying Pizzicato and we wish you welcome in its new musical universe.Pizzicato 3.5 is oriented around eleven versions. Pizzicato Professional contains every function you can find in thismanual. The other 10 versions contain only a specific set of these functions, oriented around a more specific use ofPizzicato. Here is a short description of each version. • Pizzicato LightIt is a basic version making it possible to learn music, make exercises, write small scores (1 or 2 pages) and use basicMIDI and audio recording features. You may also start to learn music composition and the musical keyboard. • Pizzicato BeginnerIt is basically a general score editor, up to 16 staves (instruments). It comprises more functionalities than PizzicatoLight, like the fast encoding of lyrics and chords, MIDI functions, the global editing view,.... It also contains themusic course. • Pizzicato ProfessionalContains a multitude of additional functions and possibilities, compared to the Beginner version. Among others, itcontains a whole set of innovative and intuitive tools to help compose your own music. It opens the door of musiccomposition to everyone, even with little or no music knowledge. The tools and options of this version give you avery powerful score editor as well as many tools to refine the interpretation of a score in MIDI, as well as manytools to practise music composition. • Pizzicato NotationThis is the full featured music notation version. It contains all the tools of Pizzicato Professional oriented towardmusic notation. • Pizzicato Composition LightThis low cost version, as well as the next one, are designed specifically around music composition. Contains manytools to help the beginner to start composing his own music. • Pizzicato Composition ProContains all the advanced intuitive composition tools of Pizzicato Professional. You can export your compositionas a MIDI file, a musicXML file or audio file, to be used by any other music notation or sequencer program. • Pizzicato Drums and PercussionThis low cost version is designed specifically for music notation of drums and percussion instruments. Print andhear your drums and percussion scores.
  14. 14. Pizzicato 3.5 Pizzicato Professional User Manual – Page 14___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ • Pizzicato GuitarThis low cost version is designed specifically for music notation of guitar. Print and hear your guitar scores,including tablatures and guitar chords diagrams. • Pizzicato ChoirThis low cost version is designed specifically for music notation for the choir. Print and hear your choir sheetmusic, including lyrics. • Pizzicato KeyboardThis low cost version is designed specifically for music notation for the keyboard. Print and hear your keyboardsheet music, including cross-staff beaming and many advanced keyboard notation features. • Pizzicato SoloistThis low cost version is designed specifically for music notation for one staff. Print and hear your solo sheet music,including lyrics and chords. Fits any solo instrument written on one staff.These versions are used under license, when you buy one of these versions of Pizzicato. These versions also exist inevaluation and shareware and they may be used free of charge. Here are their limitations, compared to the licensedversions. • Pizzicato Shareware versionFree version of Pizzicato Light, during one month, starting with the installation of the program on a computer.This version has all the features of Pizzicato Light. It nevertheless prints the scores with a Pizzicato mosaicbackground. This version follows the guide lines of Shareware software and implies that if the user wants tocontinue using it after the first month, he must buy the user license. With this version, you may save audio files thatare not longer than one minute. It does not contain the sound library. • Pizzicato - Evaluation versions of the other 10 Pizzicato versions • Does not allow to save your work, nor to export it in MIDI, audio, graphic or musicXML • Does not allow to print • Does not contain the sound library • Does not permit chord finding for harmonization (if applicable).When you install Pizzicato on your computer, whether from a DVD or after downloading it from the Internet, allversions are installed at the same time. In other words, these multiple versions are in fact the same software. Allfree version may be used. You can switch from on version to the other through the Program version / Updates... itemof the Options menu or directly through the Working mode menu of the Options menu.This can help you to try out any of the version. You may buy multiple licenses (for instance, Pizzicato Guitar andPizzicato Drums) and by registering these two licenses, you will then be able to work with these two licensedversions, as well as with the other 9 free evaluation versions.By installing the evaluation version, you can use it also as a reader for Pizzicato documents. If someone sends you aPizzicato file, you can download the evaluation version for free and if you do not modify the document, you canprint it, export to MIDI, audio or musicXML.
  15. 15. Pizzicato 3.5 Pizzicato Professional User Manual – Page 15___________________________________________________________________________________________________________The user manual of PizzicatoThe instruction manual is designed as a progressive approach of music, computers and Pizzicato. It is divided into aseries of lessons each one treating a particular subject. Most of these lessons are made of a succession of practicalsteps that you are asked to perform with Pizzicato. The attention is laid on a balance between practice and theory.Each lesson covers music, computer or the use of Pizzicato. The tables of content contain the references of eachlesson. These divisions of the manual enable you to easily adapt your reading to your knowledge level. Theprofessional musician will skip the music lessons and the well-informed in computer will skip the pages related tothe computer.In a general way, the lessons follow a progressive order. If you want to have a total control of Pizzicato, we adviseyou to study them in the exact sequence. If you are initially only interested by certain subjects of Pizzicato (musiclearning, score editor, Midi sequencer, composing or accompaniment), you can skip the lessons specific to the otherfields. The introduction of a lesson shows each time the subjects covered and helps you estimate if the lesson isinteresting for you or not.You will also find a glossary that includes most of the words relating to music, computer or Pizzicato. Use it eachtime you dont fully understand the meaning of a word. Continuing to study the course without understanding thewords can only create problems. Therefore, use the glossary abundantly! In the text of the lessons, the newintroduced words are directly related to the glossary by a link. When dragging the mouse over it, the cursorbecomes a hand. Click it and you get access to the definition of the word in the glossary.According to the Pizzicato version you bought, a paper manual contains the main lessons required to learn to usedthe program. The screen documentation nevertheless includes all the lessons for each version. According to theconsulted manual, you only access the lessons concerning the version you have. Many lessons are common to allversions and some indicate differences between versions. You will find for instance, a list of the Pizzicato versionsrelevant to each main division of a lesson.Goals of PizzicatoThe design and creation of Pizzicato began in 1992. With Pizzicato, our goal is to create a software to approachmusic and computer without any preliminary knowledge of these subjects, while offering a maximum number ofmusical features to the professional. The future releases of Pizzicato will continue in that direction.In order to be informed on the evolution of Pizzicato and to be able to access our technical support, we kindlyrequest you to register yourself as an official user of Pizzicato. You can do so by returning the registration cardincluded in your software package or directly register on our Web site.For any question regarding Pizzicato, you can contact our international technical support: Arpege - Music 29, rue de lEnseignement B-4800 VERVIERS Belgium Tel/Fax ++32 87-26.80.10or consult us on the Internet. Our site is: www.arpegemusic.com Our E-mail address issupport@arpegemusic.comIf you are resident in the USA or Canada, you can directly contact our official and local partner at: Aunyx Productions, Inc. Blair Ashby

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