how to write this

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Pianolover
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how to write this

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Hello..
I can't find how to write this. I don't know what it's called either.I found this ove file its in the attachment and tried to find the way out of it. without succes.
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Merv
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Re: how to write this

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It’s a simple 3 note pattern without a time signature. It can be scored in a 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 6/8 or any other combination. What’s your issue?
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Re: how to write this

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Hi...
The problem is that I can't write it. On the second attachments you can see what happens when I try to write it.
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Re: how to write this

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Hi again,
I Try to write this with overture, without success..
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fabiolcati
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Re: how to write this

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Cross-staff beaming is explained at page 242-243 of the Overture 5 manual, under "Advanced techniques".
Hope it helps.
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Re: how to write this

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The term "Cross-staff beaming" was sufficient.

Thank you so much Fabiolcati..
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Re: how to write this

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You are a very perceptive individual, Mr. Fabiolcati. I was stumped as to Pianolover’s situation.
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Re: how to write this

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Merv, also thanks to you..
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