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Fingerings

Here’s how to edit fingerings using the Soundslice editor.

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Note that our system has two separate concepts: fingering and right-hand fingering. The difference:

Entering fingerings

  1. Select the note whose fingering you want to set.
  2. In the editor sidebar’s “Performance” panel , click the “Set fingering” button . Or search the editor for “Set fingering” or use a keyboard shortcut.
  3. At the left of your screen, replacing the editor’s sidebar, you’ll see a place for you to enter the fingering number. Enter a number here, then click “Done.”

Changing fingerings

  1. Click the fingering number directly in your notation.
  2. At the left of your screen, replacing the editor’s sidebar, you’ll see a place for you to edit that fingering number. Edit a number here, then click “Done.”

Deleting fingerings

To delete a given fingering, click on it in your notation to make the fingering interface appear at left. Then just delete the number and click “Done.”

Right-hand fingering

Right-hand fingering works the same way as “normal” fingering. There’s a separate button called “Set right-hand fingering”  next to “Set fingering” in the editor sidebar’s “Performance” panel .

Fingering features

If you take the time to enter fingering information, Soundslice does some nice things with it. In addition to (obviously) showing fingering in the notation, our player will:

Controlling typography

It’s not currently possible to change the font we use in fingering, but we’ll eventually support this.

Controlling positioning

It’s not currently possible to control where a given fingering is displayed. Our engine will position it automatically based on various factors: