|Date:||Wed, 16 Jun 2010 12:09:27 +0200|
On 14.06.2010, at 15:20, Hans Roels wrote:
I don't really know Lilypond well (I just had a quick look at the
but I have some music notation problems and maybe somebody could
tell me if
Lilypond is the right tool to solve my problems.
1. Is it possible to create a score with a fixed number of seconds
I would do this myself. i.e., in 4/4, with a tempo of 4=60, and
arbitrarily decide 16 seconds per system means s1*4\break
Same remark now: suppose that the first part of the multi-tempo is in tempo 56 in 3/4. Is it possible to write everything on top of a 'hidden' time grid of tempo = 60, meaning that the visual length of a measure of part A would equal 3.21 quarter notes in tempo 60 but would be notated in meter 3/4 (3 quarter notes would fill the measure).2. Is it possible to create a score with different parts/voices
that each have a
different tempo? for example a score with a first part in tempo 56
bpm, a second
in 64 bpm and a third in 92 bpm?
I would do this by calculating the tempo, i.e., 8=128 (8/8) / 4=92
(4/4) and simply applying the principles in section 1.2.3 of the
Notation Reference, under Polymetric notation.
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