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Re: Trouble with acciaccatura at the beginning of a piece

From: Ninn Langel
Subject: Re: Trouble with acciaccatura at the beginning of a piece
Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2012 14:31:39 +0100

Thank you all, it's very encouraging to get so many responses within minutes!

I had read the documentation and tried to apply a \grace s8 to the bass part, 
but without understanding of my score block, it didn't solve the problem. I've 
applied Francisco Villa's solution and it works perfectly.

I think I get your proposition, Toine, and it seems a little more "DRY", which 
I rather like... but my understanding of what the different definitions of 
voice / staff / global are, as well as things being part of a sequence or a 
simultaneous voice is still weak.

Can anyone point out an article / document of sorts which helps understand the 
basics? I've had my eyes on and inside the documentation, but I feel like some 
basics are just missing.


Ninn Langel

On Jan 12, 2012, at 2:24 PM, Toine Schreurs wrote:

>> The trick, as you can see, is to put invisible acciaccaturas in voices
>> that do not start with one, and make \global a part of a sequence
>> rather than a simultaneous voice.
> If you append the silent grace note to global, and leave \global as a
> simultaneous voice (for all staffs) , you don't need to insert the silent 
> graces notes to the staffs which have none.
> Toine

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