Time signatures are important, hemiolas be damned.
August 25, 2009 4:25 PM Subscribe
I am trying to locate the time signatures in the Opus or Helsinki font set (which come with Sibelius). Does anyone know where these are?
posted by nosila to computers & internet (11 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
I have PopChar
, which is really great, but I've been through all the various Opus and Helsinki characters and can't find any time signatures.
I'm just trying to insert time signatures that look like time signatures in a MS Word 2008 document. Seems like these would be pretty common, but either I am totally fried from creating theory assignments (possible) or they just don't exist.
I've always just used 4/4, 3/4, etc. before, but I'd like for my handouts and assignments to look a little better. I know this is sort of a specialized question, but any help from music people or font gurus would be appreciated!
P.S. Yes, I have used the flow chart