makes it easy to start your score. With the Set Up Wizard you can
specify your instrument ensemble, name your score, choose your key,
meter, and tempo, and more. Access the Set Up Wizard from the Launch
are four pages to the Set Up Wizard window. In the first you can choose
your ensemble from a template on the left (if you often write for the
same instrumentation, save a template to this list to speed things up
for next time!), and specify your document style: Engraved for more
formal looking scores, Handwritten for lead sheets (this style looks
like the Real Book). You can also choose your page size and layout (you
can print letter, legal or tabloid in the Learning Center).
2 is where you create your ensemble. Choose an instrument set at the
top, and the instrument families are on the left, then add your
instruments from the second column. Double-click the instrument or click
Add. To save your ensemble as a template for the previous page, click
Save Current Ensemble.
Next page, name your piece, add the composer name, etc.
choose your meter, key, tempo, pick up measure (if applicable) and
number of measures (this can easily be changed later if you don't know
yet how many measures).
We have a resources page on the Learning Center website dedicated to Mac OS X where you can sign up for training sessions, read these archived blog posts on OS X, and where some of the following links are. (While there, check out our other resources pages for Oxygen 25 & UX2, GarageBand, Reason and more) http://learningcenter.berklee.edu/Resources/Mac_OSX
As a Berklee student, you have access to video tutorial training from Lynda.com (a great resource that would cost you $250 per year on your own). You'll find videos on OS X and hundreds of other topics including Logic, GarageBand and Reason.
Login at my.berklee.net, go to Technology Services, and click Access Lynda.com