Ha. Ha. You can't with crescendo either...
I don't have Noteflight Crescendo, but I was wondering if it's possible to put a suspended cymbal roll in my music. Is it possible without Crescendo?
mdconn16, Would using the 2-voices-per staff feature help? (U for adding an upper part, L for lower). That's just two but it might help.
Basically though it's a good idea - check the Feedback site to see if it's been suggested, and if not, put it up there so people can vote on it. In the meantime, duly noted!
Not sure where you are at with expanding the percussion capabilities, but I would love to see the ability to make each of the drum parts independent of each other. As a drummer I utilize independence to create more interesting polyrhythmic feels for songs I play, especially jazz and latin. For one song I'm working on I have had to make 3 separate drum staves to capture the sound I was looking for from what I play on my drums.
Also is there a way to make the cymbals sound more like a crash? I've tried leave vibrate but that doesn't seem to do the trick.
Unfortunately, there isn't any special notation. You'll just have to use tremolos and grace notes.
How do I put in percussion rolls? They're a lot more convenient than putting in a bunch of 16th or 32nd notes
Yes can you explain what those are and/or what they look like?