Musical articulations define how specific notes are sung or performed on a given instrument. They can also define the relative volume of notes or the changes in pitch.

The following articulation types are available:

  • Directions

    Directions, such as pizzicato, are valid for all notes from their insert position, to the insert position of the next direction. They are applied to a continuous range of notes, or even an entire piece of music.

  • Attributes

    Attributes, such as accents, or staccato, are valid for single notes.