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Re: feathered beam calculations

From: Carl Sorensen
Subject: Re: feathered beam calculations
Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2018 19:27:48 +0000
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´╗┐On 12/21/18, 12:10 PM, "Reggie" <address@hidden> wrote:

    \relative c'
      \override Beam.grow-direction = #LEFT
      \featherDurations #(ly:make-moment 2/1)
      c32[ d e f g f e f d f g f d e d f] c4~c | c1 |
    My CODE has no errors. And yet the 2/1 does NOT space out any notes at ALL
    it's just normal beamed notes with fancy feathers. What math do I need how
    does one even know what math to use since there are no bar bad checks? See?
Did you even read Aaron's answer?  Your CODE does have an error.  You are 
missing the braces around the music argument to \featherDurations!

\version "2.19"

\relative c'

  \override Beam.grow-direction = #LEFT
  \featherDurations #(ly:make-moment 2/1)
  {c32[ d e f g f e f d f g f d e d f] }c4~c | c1 |

This produces a ritardando, with the notes spaced steadily farther apart.

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