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Re: rest position in a polyphonic staff

From: -Eluze
Subject: Re: rest position in a polyphonic staff
Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2012 08:50:24 -0700 (PDT)

janek.lilypond wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 14, 2012 at 3:35 PM, -Eluze <address@hidden> wrote:
>> I'd like to use \oneVoice in the upper voice because the lower voice is
>> far
>> away and does not collide with the upper one.
> My experience says that not using \voiceXxx is asking for trouble.
> How to achieve what you want with \voiceOne on?  Use \stemNeutral :)

lovely, thanks! (and I had never thought of using this combination...)

now in the same piece this leads to another problem:

\new Staff <<
  \set Timing.beamExceptions = #'()
  \new Voice \relative c'' {
    a8 c e f e d f e
  \new Voice \relative {

this generates a warning in the log and the first stems [a and c] go down.
it would be helpful if I could override the flipping position for stems - is
there a command for that? (otherwise I will continuously be flipping between
\stemNeutral and \voiceOne


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