A Christmas Carol (90099VE)
Film: 90099VE A Christmas Carol (Winters) | Music: A Christmas Carol (Standridge)
This film contains audio of the narration, which can be used instead of a live narrator. To enable it, go to “Settings” in Muséik, choose your correct device under “Output”, and then change “Audio” to “On.”
This film also features a few areas where the score is grey, called “safeties.” While the red bar is inside one of these safeties, it is okay to pause the film and allow the band/narrator to catch up. Please note that if the recorded audio is being used, pausing at the safeties will also pause the audio; as such, it’s only recommended to use these safeties with a live narrator.
Christmas Singalong (40033V)
Film: 40033V Christmas Singalong (Winters) | Music: Christmas Singalong (Finnegan) The main change to this piece is Away in the Manager is CUT (N to O). Since the printed roadmap itself may appear complicated, just to be clear, here’s the rundown: ...
40035 Pictures at an Exhibition Program Notes
PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION IN SOUND AND ANIMATION - Long Version The use of one art form as a means of expression to enhance or comment upon another is a well-known phenomenon, particularly within the realms of art and music. Composers throughout ...
Godzilla Eats Las Vegas (60088V)
Film: 60088V Godzilla Eats Las Vegas (Ion) | Music: Godzilla Eats Las Vegas (Whitacre) This film is designed to be used in connection with live actors and modest stage props. The information included in this document is intended as suggestions, not a ...
Working with Backing Tracks
Backing tracks are critical for some performance situations. In the past those sweetener tracks were locked in tempo and the band was forced to follow a click to stay syncd. Those days are gone. Muséik can drive your backing tracks and deliver the ...
Grey and Green Boxes in the Score Window: The Safety
In some Show Files you may come across colored boxes in the scrolling score. These colored boxes are either grey or green and they are there to help you with your performance of the media. SAFTIES. The grey boxes are called safeties. They indicate ...