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Re: New Musescore
Re: New Musescore
Sun, 24 Oct 2021 17:02:22 +1100
Can anybody tell me how to actually use the new Leland font in lilypond? I
went to the GitHub link and downloaded all the files, but as far as I can
tell there are no Leland-11, Leland-13, Leland-14, etc. files. I downloaded
the available .otf anyway, and when I tried to compile a Lilypond file the
log said 'cannot find Leland-11'. How do I actually do this?
On Sat, 23 Jan 2021 at 07:56, Xavier Scheuer <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 22 Jan 2021 at 19:44, Noeck <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > FYI: The new MuseScore version 3.6 comes with a new default music font
> > and text font.
> > https://musescore.org/de/node/315523
> > There is a sample image in this article
> > https://gnulinux.ch/neue-version-von-musescore
> This is super interesting, thanks for the information.
> After making inquiries I would like to add that the new music font is
> called Leland in tribute to Leland Smith, the creator of the SCORE
> application. It is available in SMuFL format and under the OFL license.
> The text font is based on New Century Schoolbook and is also released
> under OFL license.
> For a quick overview of these fonts you can watch the Musescore 3.6
> presentation video and for a more detailed explanation of the origin of the
> design of the new music font the video of Tantacrul "How I Designed a Free
> Music Font for 5 Million Musicians (MuseScore 3.6)".
> In short, there are many reasons to be happy about this, since it can be
> reused in LilyPond.
> Cc lilypond-devel as these fonts under OFL as well as these design
> explanations could trigger some discussions for LilyPond as well, I think.
> Xavier Scheuer <email@example.com>
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