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Re: tuplets

From: Laura Conrad
Subject: Re: tuplets
Date: 11 Jun 2002 19:07:39 -0400
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>>>>> "Jule" == Jule Slootbeek <address@hidden> writes:

    >> If you want three half notes, printed as half notes,
    >> why not use
    >> \times 2/3 {c2 c2 c2}
    >> /Mats
    Jule>    Yeah I have that but it doesn't align the other ones right..
    Jule> i made a diagram but it didn't come out right

    Jule> o       o
    Jule> o    o    o

    Jule> is what i get, while

    Jule> o       o
    Jule> o   o   o

    Jule> is what i need

But what you get looks right, because when you're playing them, the
second one on top should come between the second and third one on the
bottom, not aligned with the third one.

To get what you want instead of what you say, you might have to play
with spacing rests, like:

         soprano = \notes \times 2/3 {c''2 s2 c2}

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