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Re: Solfeggio

From: joe ferguson
Subject: Re: Solfeggio
Date: Sun, 24 Apr 2005 14:06:52 -0400
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I generously use relative blocks for the same reason.

address@hidden wrote:

Quoting Nicolas Sceaux <address@hidden>:

dax2 wrote:
I don't know how many problem other writers encount with "\relative c'"
but I am interested to hear. I have completely abandoned it in favour
of true pitch.
I use absolute octaves and (make my editor) enter all durations. This
makes copy-and-paste more reliable.

I use relative mode only. I think I use it in some form
of 'obsolete' mode, and as long as it works this way,
I'd rather stick to it. I'd hate to enter pitches explictly.
Sometimes, I insert extra \relative clauses so that mistakes
are limited in scope.


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