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## Re: can't understand beaming

 From: Stan Sanderson Subject: Re: can't understand beaming Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2010 06:44:11 -0600

```Arno-

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I believe your timing is correct, however the dotted eighth followed by the sixteenth note is what triggered the beaming in your first measure. The second measure would have the same beam pattern if the same rhythm was used. However, since that is not what is intended, you could force beaming for the first two pairs:
```fis8 ([ e8 )] a8 ([ a8 )] b8\> ( ais8\! )
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and it should work.

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Note that I am answering while using 2.11.35, but I don't think things have changed that much. Apologies if I'm wrong.
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Stan

On Nov 19, 2010, at 6:15 AM, Arno Rog wrote:

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```L.S.

Since the algorithms for beaming have changed I encounter all sorts of
incomprehensible behavior. I'm using 2.13.39

Yes I've read the manual, I've tried every piece of code,
tried the LSR, etc...

Why is the beaming for the two following measures different??
And how do I correct it?

PartPTwoTwoVoiceOne =  \relative fis'' {
\clef "treble"
\key d \major
\time 3/4
e8 ( d8 ) cis8\> ( b8 ) a8. ( g16\! ) % <-correct beaming
fis8 ( e8 ) a8 ( a8 ) b8\> ( ais8\! ) % <-incorrect beaming
}

\score { \PartPTwoTwoVoiceOne }

I hope someone can point me in the right direction, it is driving me
desperate!

Thanks in advance,

Arno Rog

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