The Staff pane can display up to 24 staves of standard and percussion notation. When you open the Staff pane, Cakewalk automatically picks a clef for each track—bass or treble—by looking at the range of pitches in the track. If a track has notes that fall into both clefs, or no notes at all, Cakewalk automatically splits the track into two staves, treble and bass. You can change the assignment of clefs with the Staff View Layout dialog box.When you split a track into treble and bass staves, you must select a split point. Notes at or above the split are placed into a treble staff, notes below the split are placed into a bass staff.A wide variety of editing options for notes, layout, and MIDI effects are available from the Staff pane right-click menu.
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