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Technically you could do this either way, but you know your own style while I don't so you should have the final say. Since you are creating the audio yourself it will probably be easier to finish the video editing and arranging first and completely so that you can write your song around the flow of the video. Since you are going with an ambient feel, it is ...
Thank you for asking this question, because I have been wondering about this myself. A few reputation points is all the motivation I need to actually go find out. :) I managed to get drum notation by just successfully doing what you tried to. The magic trick is not to double click the style scheme for the track. Just click and hold, and a menu will appear. ...
"Decent" makes this a bit subjective (and heck, tool questions can border on religious from time to time) but I'll recommend looking at Logic Pro. I moved from a Cubase SX 3 to Logic 8 Pro system three years ago. I used to think SX 3's scoring capabilities were decent to pretty good but Logic, once I got used to the Mac and the Logic way of working, does a ...
The easiest way would be to score as usual and set the transposition offset in the track parameters, or if you want to be more specific, in the region parameters. These are both edited in the inspector area. See this page from the Logic Pro 9 manual.
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