Everything is in perfect order
Our templates are built so that if you make a new instrument and no particular articulation has been selected, you always get "Long" instead of something random.
All articulations are sorted alphabetically. We've streamlined the way the techniques are named across all libraries. For instance, ”Long” and ”Sustain” are always called ”Long” - because
both describe the same.
They're also color-coded, so you can tell a short articulation from a long one apart by just glancing at its hue.
You can even move a region from one instrument to another, and in many cases, the articulations transfer although the library is from a different manufacturer.
We use score symbols extensively, so your Quick Score display tells you a lot of valuable detail right from the start. In other words, it would take months to do all this by hand – with
the tools available in Digital Performer.