Chord Styles Plugin for Finale
Youtube screencam demonstration: Converting the Chord Style in Finale
Then everything was undone. The video starts at that moment and every call
of the plugin is redone manually (to save processing time in the video).
Examples:All chord symbols in the following images were created with the Chord plugin by converting the Finale default document to the new style. The default document uses the fonts Times New Roman and Maestro for all chord symbols. Here you can find the links to all music fonts mentioned below. The text fonts can be found for example on MyFonts.com.
The "MZ" fonts below are based on free Google fonts and include all letters as well as the required chord symbols (accidentals, triangle, plus, minus, diminished, half-diminished). They are available for free from the publisher of the "Mozart" notation software.
My Personal Favorites:
|Serif: Palatino LT / Bravura|
Classic Style (Serif):
|Old Standard TT Bold / Arnold|
|CG Times / Bravura|
|Century Schoolbook L / Cadence|
|Times N. Roman / Maestro (Default)|
|Palatino LT / Bravura|
|MZ Roboto Slab|
|MZ Stint Ultra Condensed|
Classic Style (Sans):
|Opus Chords Sans|
|MZ Open Sans|
|Opus Chords Sans Condensed|
Availability of the plugin:
Dependent on further updates of JW Lua (not before Q4/2017)
Finale is a registered trademark of MakeMusic, Inc. The plugins above are products of Elbsound.studio. They were created to work with MakeMusic's Finale, but are not affiliated with or supported by MakeMusic, Inc.