In response to several readers’ inquiries, this week we will examine the topic of optimization in the recording environment. Optimizing is a proprietary term (first coined by Finale) referring to the elimination of empty staves on a score or part to save space. As usual, the default settings with most software packages let you do the deed, but offer no practical wisdom as to where or when you should do it.
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