Problems with score cleaning/editing (automatically-generated mscz file)
I was given a MuseScore file that had been automatically extracted from an IMPSL score (Schubert Ave Maria).
That file has problems, and I am looking for the simplest ways to correct for those
Among the (many) problems I would like to correct
- Consider the left hand of the piano (mscz file), it seems that several layers are involved and there are therefore systematic spurious indications: rather that rewriting from scratch, is there a simpler way to correct it ? (e.g. force-combine layers into one ?); how to do that ?
- I reasoned that if several layers are involved for that left-hand part, I could use a simple trick of copying that part, paste to a new file, and then convert that file to midi. Then open that midi file with MuseScore.
But this fails miserably (see attachment), the midi export is apparently not respecting properly the note length.
- there are also greyed "plus signs" that are scattered: they appear to be not-editable; to what do they correspond / how to get rid of them ?
More generally, I am dreaming to be a bit more efficient when working with automatically generated scores (that are often a bit weird in their structure): how to efficiently tap into such automatically-generated data as a boostrap to get the final correct file... (or is it overall more time efficient to rewrite from scratch...?)
Thanks for your advices !
|Schubert, Ave Maria; Score problems.mscz||21.28 KB|
|Ave Maria; exported midi from left-hand piano.mid||930 bytes|
|IMSLP284003-PMLP16143-Nuptial_Ave_Maria Si bémol Maj Original.pdf||765.68 KB|