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In the 24 hours that I have joined this site, I would like to thank everyone that replied to my posts and offered very valuable information. I really appreciate it! I've already taken some advice by getting off my lazy ass and included proper pedal markings in "Drama" so the notes don't bleed but I still don't think my songwriting program allows tempo changes mid-piece. If anyone does know if Finale Songwriter 2005 can do that, (or is that program like a dinosaur?) I'd appreciate that information as well. I so far have not been able to figure it out. As far as the live recordings, I understand the difference in interpretation from that and pc generated notes. Ideally I would have joined this site with that capability but I don't have it present time. I am a decent pianist, not brilliant, but I've been out of the game 20 years. I was just hoping I could talk to people with that knowledge. I also just wanted to say that I feel like I'm on the beginning of a new journey in life (finally) and if it takes me nowhere, then nowhere I shall be. Well I'll always be somewhere, right?

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Comment by Lori Sweeney on January 27, 2009 at 3:08pm
Jason, I'm so "tech-challenged" that if my program does allow it, I can't figure it out. I thought I went through the manual once and couldn't find anything on it but my memory sucks too! Hey thanks for visiting my webpage and signing my guestbook. I really appreciate your compliment on my transcriptions.
Comment by Jason Ward on January 27, 2009 at 2:32pm
Most notation software allows for tempo changes. I don't know of the one you use, but I've used Cakewalk since the early 1990s and CLab notator on the old Atari 1040 ST before that and they both allowed for it. Atari 1040 ST... now I feel like a dinosaur... =D

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