I am a composer, horn player, and computer programmer.
If we as a society are willing to have a preference for organic food, the farmer can pass on the savings.
In an organic system you don't waste anything. We need to educate the consumer to accept a tiny blemish on an orange.
I do as much debugging as possible on the Mac, but I occasionally must debug problems in the PC world, which is significantly slower.
Here, we tell the story: why the people came here, what they did when they got here, going back to the Native Americans and coming all the way forward.
Suprisingly, one of the most complex pieces of code is the code to determine where a note is in the staff. Finale stores notes as relative scale positions in the current key.
But with carefully chosen keyboard macros to activate it, Mass Copy is quick, convenient, and powerful. Most users who have mastered it depend heavily on it. That certainly includes me.
It's more than just high quality food for the family table; it's growing the food in a way that does not harm the environment. That gives me emotional well-being that is important to me.
Although Patterson Beams was not my first plug-in, I knew from the beginning that I would write it, because the single biggest time consuming factor for me was editing each beam manually.
Perhaps the most versatile and useful plug-in in the collection is Mass Copy. It is certainly the one I use the most. Due to limitations in how plugins can interact with Finale, Mass Copy has a somewhat unusual user interface.