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Re: Aleatoric Elements with barlines

From: Martin Neubauer
Subject: Re: Aleatoric Elements with barlines
Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2019 04:43:43 +0100
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On 07/01/2019 17:29, Reggie wrote:
> Aaron you are a great teacher thank you. Just a couple few more questions
> please. First how did you know that it had to equal 2 full measures? I did
> not see how you arrived. Second please tell me is there any negative effect
> of moving the barline from score to staff I didn't want to do that on a
> global scale because this alignment is just one small section of a "normal"
> composition, but if it's safe? Then ok. Any caveats with moving to staff?
> Thank you. I don't understand the math of 2 full bars.
In situations like these I might use the \scaleToLength function. That
way it's possible to control the horizontal placement of the music in
the different staves by judicious use of spacer rests and still not
having to worry about getting the synchronisation points right between
the staves. Also in that case there would be no need to use

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