Query about notation for percussion
In the manual section https://musescore.org/en/handbook/3/drum-notation for the drumset, an example is shown of a tambourine - playing note f3 - I guess instrument sound 54. The notated representation of this is a diamond note on the 2nd line from the top.
Is it also possible to allocate different pitches, and perhaps to have two (or more) variants of the same "instrument" - say T1 - which is a tambourine playing g3, and T2 which is also a tambourine playing c4?
The interface as shown in the manual example doesn't appear to have control over pitch. A somewhat similar feature in Finale does - but I only just noticed that.
Obviously the actual sound generated will depend on how samples have been made, and for many virtual instruments the pitch of the sampled sound and the playback sound will be the same, but this is not always the case. For some purposes having this flexibility is I guess quite useful.