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    Default "Easy Notes" pitch letters

    ¡Hola a todos!:
    Tengo una duda con esta frase que me hace manejar muy dispares traducciones. Es una descripción de un programa para componer y manipular música. Ojalá alguien pueda ayudarme...

    For beginning students, display “Easy Notes” pitch letters inside of the large notes.

    Gracias a todos.

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    Hola Carpente!!
    Easy Notes parece referirse a una parte específica del programa. Yo no lo traduciría, que opinan los demás?

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