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Re: dynamics and polyphony

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: dynamics and polyphony
Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 13:07:35 +0100
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Sure! You have the same problems with text scripts and articulations as well.
Currently, the dynamics and collisions between dynamics and notes are only
handled within each voice separately. For this reason, I always try to add
the dynamics indications in the lowest voice of the stave.


Simon Dahlbacka wrote:
It seems dynamics and polyphony does not mix very well, at least "out of the
box" as the snippet below clearly shows (with voice two overlapping the
dynamics of voice one)

%begin snippet
\version "2.10.0"

one = \relative c' {
   d\mf e\< f g\!
two = \relative c' {
   a a a a

mystaff = \new Staff {
   \new Voice = "one" {
       \voiceOne \one
   \new Voice = "two" {
       \voiceTwo \two

\score {
% end snippet
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