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Re: midi don't ties...

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: midi don't ties...
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2005 09:40:52 +0200
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Alexandre Reche e Silva wrote:
Peace & Health in Jesus Christ

I've noticed that the ties between same notes do not
generate the equivalent sound in the midi file, e.g.,
two quarters notes tied sounds as two quarters indeed
(and not as one half note). Why?

Which LilyPond version? I tried a simple example in both
version 2.6.3 and 2.7.10 and couldn't repeat the problem.
If you have this problem in version 2.6.x, could you please
send an example .ly file to the bug-lilypond mailing list
that illustrates the problem?

a r s

PS: I'm an old newbie in Lily and would like to know
whether is a kind of template to orchestral music
(woods, brasses, percussions, strings)?

There's one example in the Tutorial. You may also want to
take a look at the example called "" in
the Tips and Tricks document.

PS2: Is there a common practice in numbering code
lines or even typeseting lily language? (Tabbing lines
for example: 1 tab or three spaces or what?). Because
since the program was launched it should have produced
some standard use (like a good practice). I don't have
nothing against democracy but some conventions would
be pretty good; just in case one wishes read more
easily another people's code.

I don't think there is any formalized convention, but
if you look at the examples in the manual, you will notice
that they follow more or less the same conventions.
I guess that some of the editors that have a LilyPond mode
(jedit, emacs, vim, ...) may have some builtin support for
tabbing and so on, which also provides a de-facto standard.


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