|Subject:||Re: Problems with chord glissandos with articulations and tablature|
|Date:||Thu, 15 Apr 2010 15:29:10 -0300|
You need to add as many hidden voices as the number of notes in the chord less 1.
On 4/15/10 7:48 AM, "Bernardo Barros" <address@hidden> wrote:
> I have a question. I'm trying to notate the following situation (see PDF
> file). Its a example from the guitar part.
> I'm having a lot of problems here, and it's going to happen again and again,
> so it's better to find a more practical way to deal with it.
> 1. I need to do a glissando but not of a single note, but of a chord. AND this
> lasts more one note, it should be re-attacked. So I also have to hide the
> Is there an easier way to do this job rather then hide the noteheads and draw
> lines from scratch. Or doing some weird trick hiding a voice or something?
Have you tried using a StringTuning with non-integer pitches? I don't know
> 2. The scordatura have quarter-tones alterations. Currently the TAB staff
> notation doesn't accept to put the quarter-tone. That's all right if I
> translate this, but I can get confusing after a while. It would be better if
> Lilypond could understand and translate it, so I could put the right note
> (with the correct quarter-tone alteration) and the right string and Lilypond
> would know the tablature notation. I know it works now, but I have to
> compensate the quarter-tones and it's confusing.
if it will work on not, but it's at least worth a try.
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