Three against two etc.: note spacing

• Sep 11, 2019 - 03:09

How do I get even spacing of notes in three against two, or four against three?
I made up an example to illustrate. Admittedly this doesn't sound very good, but I'm mostly concerned about even spacing of notes.
MuseScore, Revision d2d863f

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For beamed notes, you can select the beam and check "Local relayout" and the notes will be evenly space for that beam. You can right click a beam, use select>All similar elements and check this box on all beams at once. Keep in mind that if you add a new beam, you will have to check the box for that beam or all beams again.

In reply to by mike320

Thank you!
For non-beamed notes, I found that I could select a note, then in Inspector offset the note horizontally (x); I had to also give the stem the same offset. It takes a bit of time, but the results look a lot better! (This is similar to nudging the note in MuS2 (which I miss).)
The result is much more pleasing.

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