Sometimes I require one note to have two stems indicating that the note belongs to two voices. A2 worked out as I intended but for A1, ideally I would just like the half-note G# visible and the triplet eighth-note G# invisible,
so that the first stem of the triplet is the a stem attached to the half-note G# (and the half-note G# still has its downward stem also). How can this be achieved?
CONCERNING the area's marked B1, B2, B3, and B4:
Look at B1 for example. The triplet bracket circled is too short, I want all triplet brackets to take the "entire duration", not just go to the last stem.
Also, in the special case of B1, where I have two
voices each with a triplet, notationally only one bracket is necessary. Is there any way to make one of the bracket's "invisible" (like an "s" rest)?
CONCERNING the area's marked C1, C2, and C3:
Can I tilt the right side of the triplet bracket down at C1 and C3? At C2i, can I tilt the left side of the beam upwards so it is over the rest?