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Sun, 08 May 2011 21:30:49 +0700
Your app looks interesting and I was reading you email to lilypond-devel and
wondering if you would be willing to make an addition, if you are serious about
supporting the lilypond project that is. ;-) Why not release into the public
domain a tidied up version of your "compiler" and add it to the lilypond
development project so people can add their own music content to Etude.
I can well imagine this sort of opportunity for keen musicians to be able to
play their music in an iPod / Pad would translate into a healthy surge in
purchases on the iTunes App Store for your business.
Although I can't speak for the development team it would seem to me to be a
healthy gesture on your part since I haven't been able find any reference to
lilypond anywhere on your site at http://etudeapp.com/.
I know in my case I would jump at the chance to be able to encode my music
project for use on an iPod Touch with your product. I'm currently converting a
hymnal into lilypond format (about 30% of the way through) as input into a
translation project for a minority hill-tribe language in Thailand. The big gap
I have for phase two of the project is producing the audio accompaniment.
My two bits worth.
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