|Subject:||Re: note collision when in a chord there is a second above or below an unison|
|Date:||Sun, 13 Jan 2019 19:24:23 +0100|
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Il 13/01/2019 00:46, Carl Sorensen ha scritto:
Thank you for your opinion, but I think a collision is not a right thing.
I know that is not a very common situation. I'll show you two
The notes of the Dsus4 chord on a ukulele are, in absolute
notation: g' d' g' a'
The resulting chord is: <d' g' g' a'> ; as you can see, is a chord with a second above an unison.
The Ebsus4 chord has the following notes: as' es' as' bes' ; a
second above an unison, both with accidentals.
Take a look at this examples, in the snippets:
Yes, I have found the solution for now, moving the note head and
its associated accidentals.
I'd like however to know where in the code is the placement of the note in a chord, just to experiment.
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