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Re: Subdivide as beamExceptions?

From: Xavier Scheuer
Subject: Re: Subdivide as beamExceptions?
Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2010 17:25:02 +0200

On 10 August 2010 14:42, Carl Sorensen <address@hidden> wrote:
> Yes, this is true.  We currently do not have the capability of
> setting multiple levels of subdivide; we only subdivide on the beat.
> The exact mechanism of getting multiple levels of subdivision is not
> yet finalized.  We may use a subdivide grouping rule, or we may just
> use a nested beatStructure.
> As far as a time for its implementation, I'm not sure how long it
> will be.  I've looked into it, but I haven't yet got the architecture
> firmly in mind for making it happen.

Thanks for the reply.

I'm sorry I couldn't understand the "multiple levels of subdivision".
Do you consider "non-subdivided" as one "level of subdivision"?

For example, in 4/4 time, do you consider

  – 4th as one level (with a beamExceptions
    ((end . (((1 . 8) . (4 4))
             ((1 . 12) . (3 3 3 3))))) ) ;
  – 8th as another level (for what I want, i.e. 32th grouped by 8th
      baseMoment #'(1 8)
      beatStructure #'(2 2 2 2)
    **but only for 32th and shorter**) ;

so "multiple levels of subdivision"?

Thanks for your attention.


Xavier Scheuer <address@hidden>

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