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Re: divisi tremolo

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: divisi tremolo
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 20:14:07 +0100
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This seems to be related to

I forward it to bug-lilypond.

The "line feed" goes away if you use
\new Staff {
\clm \clma << \clm \\ \clma >>
But I don't understand why it happens. It somehow
seems related to the fact that you have separate
\relative directives for the two macros.


Paul Scott wrote:

I would think this should be automatic but is there a way to get the lower "stem" down instead of up conflicting with the upper stem? I would think this is a bug.

Are the error messages necessary?

Why the "line feed" after the first measure?

\version "2.11.20"
clm    = \relative c'' { \repeat tremolo 8 { e16( cis) } }
clma   = \relative c' { \repeat tremolo 8 { e16( g) } }
 \clm \clma << \clm \\ \clma >>


Paul Scott


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