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Mon, 27 Feb 2012 00:02:14 +0000
On 2/26/12 2:10 AM, "David Bobroff" <address@hidden> wrote:
>I'm looking for a way to achieve this beaming pattern:
>Can LilyPond do this? I suspect I'll have to use a combination of
>subdivideBeams and stemRightBeamCount/stemLeftBeamCount. Is there a
Lilypond does not currently do "second-level" beam subdivisions.
Please add this as a feature request. I have been looking for a good
example of what it means to have multiple subdivision.
I believe this can be achieved; I will try to get to it in the next couple
I believe this beaming could be expressed as something like:
(subdivide . ((1 . 8) . (1 1 1))
((1 . 16) . (1 1 1 1 1 1)))
although I am not proposing this as the syntax.
It might be better to change subdivideBeams from a boolean to a list,
where each element of the list would be a beat length at which to
subdivide. If that were the case we would achieve the beaming in the
\set subdivideBeams = #'((1 . 8) (1 . 16))
\set subdivideBeams = #'((ly:make-moment 1 8)
(ly:make-moment 1 16))
Or perhaps even (with David K's new syntax, where we can have duration
\set subdivideBeams = #'( 8 16 )
I'll put this in the hopper and think about it.
- complex-beam, David Bobroff, 2012/02/26
- Re: complex-beam,
Carl Sorensen <=