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Re: Making a click track on midi output

From: Guy Stalnaker
Subject: Re: Making a click track on midi output
Date: Sun, 13 Sep 2020 12:41:02 -0500


Add to the beginning of the work three measures: two with quarter note (or appropriate values) beats, then one empty (for ease of later editing). 

Frankly, in my opinion, it's better for the singers to SEE that there are two measures with the metronomic pulse before they begin singing (much the same for a 4-bar introduction). Even better, make the pulse pitched in the key of the piece, so they'll hear both the pulse and the key before they start.



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On Sun, Sep 13, 2020 at 12:27 PM John Burt <> wrote:
I'm making a score for a virtual choir. In addition to the pdf of the score, I'd like to send along a midi file which includes a "click track" to guide the singers. I know how to make the midi file. But I don't know how to include a click track. Can anyone help me with this?

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