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Re: midi-instrument problem

From: Till Rettig
Subject: Re: midi-instrument problem
Date: Fri, 09 Jun 2006 21:56:40 +0300
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Thank you, that helped immedeately!


Mats Bengtsson schrieb:
First of all, I would recommend you to upgrade to the latest stable
version, 2.8. There are installation packages available for download
at for almost all operating systems.

I just tried your example with version 2.8 and it seems to work fine.

Possibly, it might help to explicitly instantiate the Staff contexts in
your \score, i.e. to replace
\context Voice =
\context Staff =
in your example.


Till Rettig wrote:


does somebody have any idea, why I get only drum set as a midi instrument for the following score:

\version "2.6.3"
\include ""

alt = {\relative c''
\time 4/4
\set Staff.midiInstrument = "choir aahs"
%\key g \minor
\clef "treble"
a2 c e1 d4 c h a
tenor = {
\time 4/4
\set Staff.midiInstrument = "choir aahs"
%\key g  \minor
   % main
   \clef "treble_8"
e2 c a1 h4 c d e

\context StaffGroup = choirStaff <<
\context Voice = alt << \alt>>
\context Voice = tenor <<  \tenor >>
\midi {\tempo 4=60 }
\layout {

It doesn't happen, when I don't make this predefinition of the voices but insert one after the other into the \score directly via \new Staff -command. But I actually would like to keep this definition as it makes files much clearer.

Thank you

Till Rettig

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