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## Re: have multiple voices under same tuplet bracket

 From: Ryan Michael Subject: Re: have multiple voices under same tuplet bracket Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2018 20:52:09 -0800

I see,
I actually solved that particular problem by hiding the brackets and numbers, and not using a spacing spanner for the bracket i wish to be visible:

<<
\new Voice {
\voiceOne
\once \override TupletNumber.text = ""
\override TupletBracket.bracket-visibility = ##f
\tuplet 4/3 {
e''2
}
}
\new Voice {
\once \override TupletNumber.text = ""
\override TupletBracket.bracket-visibility = ##f
\tuplet 4/3 {

\voiceTwo
r8 c''4.
}
}

\new Voice {
\voiceThree
\once \override TupletNumber.text = ""
\override TupletBracket.bracket-visibility = ##f
\tuplet 4/3 {

s4 g'4
}
}

\new Voice {
\voiceFour

\tuplet 4/3 {
r4 g'8 d'8
}
}
>>

On Sun, Nov 18, 2018 at 8:33 PM Ryan Michael <address@hidden> wrote:
hello lilypond community,
I am trying to have sustained voices across a 4/3 eighth note tuplet bracket. My desire is to simply have one tuplet bracket which encloses each of the four voices as a single entity. Lilypond seems to discretize / assign tuplet brackets for each voice given the following:

%%%%%%%%
<<
\new Voice {
\voiceOne
\tuplet 4/3{
e''2 }
}
\new Voice {
\voiceTwo
\tuplet 4/3{ r8 c''4. }
}

\new Voice {
\voiceThree
\tuplet 4/3 { r4 g'4 }
}

\new Voice {
\voiceFour
\tuplet 4/3{ s4 g'8 d'8}
}
>>
%%%%%%

I suppose i could probably hide the tuplet for some of them, and show the longest phrase as the parent, such as the one with the two eighth notes? I am not sure it would span the whole phrase though if i have a silent spanner...

Best,
Ryan
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