Harp pedaling

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Harp pedaling

Post by amanda_film+music » Mon Mar 30, 2020 12:47 pm

Dear Dorico community,

Can anyone tell me how I can have the second harp peadaling instruction read as the first harps?
Harp.png
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It is redundant having all the other pedals showing but I don't know how to manipulate that with the CREATE HARP pedaling feature. I have written in a G Major Glisando whcih may be part of the issue.

Thank you again.

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Re: Harp pedaling

Post by MarcLarcher » Mon Mar 30, 2020 1:53 pm

Your first harp pedaling is a partial harp pedaling while the second is full
https://steinberg.help/dorico_pro/v3/en ... ing_t.html
You should be able to select it and change the properties in the properties panel. Hope this helps !
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Re: Harp pedaling

Post by amanda_film+music » Thu Apr 02, 2020 10:14 am

Hi Marc,

I had already tried your suggestion and as you can see from the screen shot, it has not taken affect.
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Any other ideas? Thank you!
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Re: Harp pedaling

Post by pianoleo » Thu Apr 02, 2020 10:21 am

You've flicked the switch to make that property active, but you haven't ticked the box to tell Dorico that that should be a partial pedal.
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Re: Harp pedaling

Post by amanda_film+music » Thu Apr 02, 2020 12:46 pm

Thank you Leo,

I had also tried that and as you can see, it is still not taking effect.
Harp partial pedaling.png
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Re: Harp pedaling

Post by András at Steinberg » Thu Apr 02, 2020 1:03 pm

As far as I remember, the only case when the property doesn't work, if the previous harp pedalling in the same instrument has the exact same pedal settings. This is because 'partial pedalling' only shows the differing pedals compared to the previous pedal settings, so if there is no difference, we have to show the full pedal settings.

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