|Subject:||Re: using Lilypond as a graphical drawing app|
|Date:||Sat, 8 Dec 2018 09:10:26 +0100|
> I can’t even begin to suppose how you did this.
Actually, it was pretty simple:
1. take a couple of lines (some rotated), a couple of circled markups (note names), a couple of triangles, and a couple of arrows;
2. throw them all in a \markup \overlay block with liberal use of \translate.
What would be *really* impressive would be this in a framework, where you could simply give (e.g.) the top left and bottom right coordinates for the graph, and say triangles to fill with which colour(s), and a completed Tonnetz graph would pop out automatically. That might have to wait for some "spare time" in the future…
> Way to go
Kieren MacMillan, composer
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