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It would be great if we had the ability to change the octave on exercises.

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    Trevor Shiffermiller
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    I agree.  There are times where the exercises are to high or to low for my students current abilities.

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    Mandy Mullett
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    Yes, when I assign scales, it's "reasonable" for most instrument, but then the bells or tuba parts will be catastrophically low with an unreadable amount of ledger lines. I don't know how to change it on the assignment, and I don't see a way for the student to change it. 

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    smeald
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    I agree, also please note that the Xylophone parts in the exercises are showing up 2 octaves below the staff when assigned.  It seems like a transposition error in the sheet music like when Finale displays a score in concert pitch.

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    Brent Burger
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    I want this feature added to the New SmartMusic. Beginning clarinet players need to be able to play below the staff and beginning flute players can't play below Bb in the middle of the staff. Please add this feature to the New SmartMusic ASAP.

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    Christine Snyder
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    Bumping this thread!

    Working on minor scales with my young trumpet players and concert G minor defaults to the higher octave.  It's tough for them to be successful with it.  I have to tell them to play the lower notes and submit anyway. 

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    Adam Spicer
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    I fully agree that there needs to be a way to select which octave we assign to our instruments.  The flutes are too low and the clarinet is too high.  Having a dropdown selecting the appropriate octave would fix this issue.  Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter and for making this change.  

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    Edwin Serrano
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    I completely agree with the sentiment in this thread.  There used to be options in the old smart music.  Please bring them back.

     

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    Erica Hartmann
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    I agree. We had that option in the old smart music. Please bring it back!!!

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