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How do I have a note that is held then glissandos to another note in Noteflight?

I want to have a note that is held for 3 beats and then glissandos to another note, all while being held (no rests in between). I tried having a note that lasts for 3 beats tied to another note that ...
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How to write cross staff beams in Noteflight?

In the middle section of Symphony No 5 by Beethoven, I see some cross staff beams (marked in red): Can you please tell me how to write them in Noteflight?
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How can I write undecuplets (11-tuplets) and duovigenuplets (22-tuplets) on Noteflight?

I found these undecuplets (11-tuplets) and duovigenuplets (22-tuplets) in Chopin's Nocturne in B-flat minor, Opus 9, Number 1: I want to use such tuplets in my own music. How can I write them in ...
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On Noteflight, I would like to change the staff (score) key signature. How do I do this without keeping absolute pitch? (It adds accidentals.)

Here is what it looks like before: The key signature change only adds accidentals to the 'affected" notes. Thus, even a staff/score transposition does not solve my problem: If the score were ...
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How can I write a complex composite chord in Noteflight?

In functional harmony analysis, the provided image demonstrates a method of representing (one of) the true function(s) of the diminished chord: a dominant seventh flat ninth with no root note and the ...
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Appoggiaturas not playing in Noteflight audio

I have arranged Für Elise in Noteflight with two 16th note appoggiaturas circled in red. I expect them to play in the audio but they don't (unlike acciaccaturas which do play). The bar with the ...
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How do I add another composition [closed]

For my music class, we had to make a minor melody and a major melody. For the final project, we have to put these together in ABA format, so either major-minor-major or minor-major-minor. In ...