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Re: Part combiner: separate split state and voice names

From: Urs Liska
Subject: Re: Part combiner: separate split state and voice names
Date: Mon, 01 Dec 2014 08:38:06 +0100
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Hi Dan and Keith,

I just wanted to let you know that I'm following your discussion with interest, although I don't understand most of it. Any improvements in the partcombiner are highly welcome and appreciated.

If there's anything I can do to help (without understanding more than basic Scheme and without any option to help on the C++ part) please let me know. Maybe it helps that I'm currently working on a big orchestral score?


Am 01.12.2014 08:30, schrieb Keith OHara:
On Sun, 30 Nov 2014 13:46:35 -0800, Dan Eble <address@hidden> wrote:

I have a question. If the Scheme code produces something like (‘apart “one” “two”) with “one” and “two” being the chosen output voices for the input parts at the moment, would it make sense to write those decisions back to the input parts themselves and have the iterator find them there? Would that allow finer control over the routing than there is now (say different routing of simultaneous events in the same part) or have any other advantages?

I thought about it.  I'm not sure.

There is some reason that the existing \partcombine makes a separate split-list, rather than embedding the results of the analysis in the two parts. It might be simply because part_combine_iterator normally looks only at properties of the PartCombineMusic itself, not the sequential music contained within.

The question seems to be whether the results of the analysis of \partcombine mostly describes the state of the combined parts, or mostly information about individual parts.

I suggest looking over the existing partcombine bugs, and orchestral scores, to see what problems generally need solving.

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