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Re: multi-tempi

From: Hans Roels
Subject: Re: multi-tempi
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 12:20:03 +0200

The conclusion of this thread was that this kind of multi-tempo score is impossible to realize in Lilypond. All the examples in the thread are polymetric and have a common beat (a quarter or eigth). Has anything changed since 2008 or is this still impossible?

Hans R

At 22:59 14/06/2010, Ole Schmidt wrote:
search for "different tempos" in the mailing list archive.
a thread from a guy namend Kostia from 2008.

concerning the midi import there is a midy2ly function, but I don't know if it can handle such a (complex) task.

hth  ole

Am 14.06.2010 um 15:20 schrieb Hans Roels:

> I don't really know Lilypond well (I just had a quick look at the documentation)
> but I have some music notation problems and maybe somebody could tell me if
> Lilypond is the right tool to solve my problems.
> 1. Is it possible to create a score with a fixed number of seconds (not bars)
> per system?
> 2. Is it possible to create a score with different parts/voices that each have a > different tempo? for example a score with a first part in tempo 56 bpm, a second
> in 64 bpm and a third in 92 bpm?
> 3. Would it be possible to create a kind of script/template/score in Lilypond > that imports midi files (or some other file format) and creates a multi-tempo
> score after the user has assigned midifile1 to part 1, midifile2 to part
> 2adjust,...
> I hope someone has some advice!
> Hans Roels
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