|Subject:||Re: New to Lilypond - Questions about using Python to structure Lilypond scores|
|Date:||Mon, 23 Apr 2018 13:49:28 -0400|
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On 4/23/2018 1:32 PM, Karlin High wrote:|
On 4/23/2018 12:10 PM, Garreth wrote:
Absolutely - I highly recommend both:
Abjad - they are outstanding resources.
Even though the first Python course link seems rather elementary with its example that was chosen, the potential is massive - it's inspired me to make quite a few pieces using this Python-centric approach. Great for inspiration and seeing the bigger picture when it comes to putting all the pieces of a score together.
Definitely check it out.
And Abjad, well....it's just mind-boggling awesome.
A real game changer.
Heck, I'm always finding new things it can do and it's so much fun to work with. Very inspiring.
The learning curve can be quite a lot at first, but when it clicks...oh it clicks. Wicked good stuff.
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