Smart sol-fa notation editing + transcription
When the leading section and trailing section are identical, you can use DaCapo al Fine in stead of repeating it.
In layout 1, separate entire parts with blank lines.
You can save space by halving the note lengths.
When adding lyrics, separate syllables with a hyphen (-) if they belong to separate notes. Add '^' between words if they belong to the same note. Add an extra space if a word extends for an extra note. Learn more about lyrics at "Adding lyrics to a sol2snd tune".
In staff notation output, there is the two parts per staff option.
Toggle layout swithces between an arrangement to help find chords and an arrangement to help read entire parts.
If adjacent sections are identical, you can surround one with repeat symbols in stead of writing it out.
For adjacent sections that are nearly the same except for different endings, you can use repeat with a second ending block.
In layout 2 all the corresponding lines of each part go together. A blank line separates sets of 4 parts.
Time signature sets the number of beats in a bar.
Set the upbeat using "Start on".
Use Line size to set the number of beats per line
You can get your tune as a MIDI sequence and select an instrument for each part.
For the MIDI sequence output of a tune you can choose a percussion style to go with it.
sol2snd attempts to transcribe other score formats that you upload into sol-fa notation. pdhymns.com has some public MIDI tunes to get started with.
You may need to clean up the imported output using 'Remove tiny rests'.
In layout 3 each part gets a label. This is useful if a tune does not have exactly 4 parts.
Use the credits field to name the composer(s) and/or lyricist(s) or add other information to the sheet. See "Adding Credits".