What's sequencing?

Sequencing is the way to enable listening a piece as visualizing the current bar. That functionality allows the musician to get familiar to the piece at home, or traveling in-between. The director may also use it to illustrate his/her expectations during the rehearsal.

We propose 2 types of sequencing :

  • sequence a « reference » record, which means an audio file mixing all voices/instruments of the piece (typically, a record available on YouTube). Process for such sequencing is described in that article.
  • sequence « separated voices », enabling to use ChorusPoint audio mixer to highlight more, or less, one voice in relation to the other voices. That sequencing uses one mp3 file for each voice (e.g., for a choir, 4 files, bass, tenor, alto, soprano). The process for such sequencing is described in this article.

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