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Re: Changing autobeaming for 4/4 time

From: Trevor Daniels
Subject: Re: Changing autobeaming for 4/4 time
Date: Mon, 10 Aug 2009 16:14:27 +0100

Trevor Daniels wrote Monday, August 10, 2009 8:49 AM

Neil Puttock wrote Monday, August 10, 2009 12:31 AM

2009/8/10 Patrick McCarty <address@hidden>:

I wonder why we are seeing different beaming patterns? I think all of
your manually-beamed patterns are correct though.

Trevor's using the MinGW build I posted a few days ago, so it's
missing Carl's last changes to beam-settings.scm.

Aah, thanks for reminding me, Neil. I'd forgotten those. I'll fish
them out and apply them to my current LP.

With all Carl's mods applied just the expected two inconsistencies

\relative c'' {
 a8 a a16 a a8 a a a a16 a | % wrong, should be ...
 a8 a a16[ a a8] a a a[ a16 a] |

a32 a a16 a a a a32 a a16 a a a a32 a a16 a a a a32 a | % wrong, should be ...
 a32[ a a16 a a] a[ a32 a a16 a] a[ a a32 a a16] a a a a32 a

The second of these can be fixed (bypassed really) with

\overrideBeamSettings #'Score #'(4 . 4) #'end #'(((1 . 32) . (8 8 8 8)))

which I think is a more acceptable beaming anyway,
but the first is a more fundamental problem which cannot be
fixed by any override which preserves beam breaks at
1/4, 1/2 and 3/4 AFAICS.



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