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Re: How to wreathe crescendo ?

From: tobias bora
Subject: Re: How to wreathe crescendo ?
Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2011 22:39:49 +0100

First, Thanks a lot for your answer.

The picture that I've show to you is not MINE picture, but when I print the .ps file, the render is a little bit like this picture.

When I say "How can we wreathe crescendo ?" I would like to have not many little horizontal lines but two diagonals line. On the dictionnary, I find many word like "smooth". Is it better "How can we smooth crescendo ?" ?

I could too use "cresc -----------------" (but not only). How can I add this in my staff ?

Thanks !

In French :
Premièrement, merci beaucoup pour vos réponses.
L'image que je vous ai montré n'est pas la mienne, mais quand j'imprime le fichier .ps, ce que j'obtiens ressemble à cette image.

En fait je voudrais "lisser le crescendo" : au lieu d'avoir beaucoup de petites lignes horizontales je voudrais n'avoir que deux lignes diagonales.

Je pourrais également utiliser "cresc ---------------------" (mais pas seulement). Comment pourrais-je l'insérer dans ma partition ?

Merci d'avance.

2011/2/28 Xavier Scheuer <address@hidden>
On 27 February 2011 18:54, tobias bora <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello,
> First, excuse me if I make spelling mistake (I'm French and my English isn't
> very good).

Salut Tobias,

Just to mention that we have also a list for French-speaking users :
address@hidden .  :)

There you can ask your questions in French (and replies in French too!).


> This is my problem : when in lilypond I use \< and \! to have crescendo, the
> crescendo is made with many little horizontal ligne. For exemple see here :
> (that's a bit
> much...)
> How can we wreathe crescendo ? Is it possible ? And if not, does lilypond
> will add this fonction in a next version ?

This problem does not seem to come from LilyPond.
How did you generate this picture?

You can generate a PNG by using
 lilypond --png
and normally you should not have that bad alisasing (crénelage) effect
because the resolution would be better.
What's the purpose of this picture BTW?  Does it really need to be a
low-resolution GIF?


Xavier Scheuer <address@hidden>

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