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Old 01-02-2018, 05:24 AM
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Default How can I edit Parts of large Texts in Wordbuilder

One severe Problem I had with SC whose Textsimulation I already liked very much, was the problem that I saw no other Chance to edit large texts for long choir pieces only completly listening the whole piece again to be sure the right syllable was on the right note.

Is there any improvement to allow smarter ditiong of large textes in WB. In the Virhrmonic Choir for instance each syllable has its own number and one could define while edition with which syllable to start listening, what keeps me from always listening all the music which is alread well ediited again to come to the passage i am currently working on.

Is there anything in the new WB which allows to start listening from e certain part of the whole text I entered in the WB of a certain voice?
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One severe Problem I had with SC whose Textsimulation I already liked very much, was the problem that I saw no other Chance to edit large texts for long choir pieces only completly listening the whole piece again to be sure the right syllable was on the right note.
With the learn mechanism, you can jump to anywhere in the track, and edit things, checking the right note/syllable relationship.
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