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Re: Complex Tuples

From: Jean-Julien Fleck
Subject: Re: Complex Tuples
Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2021 15:05:00 +0200

Hello Greg,

Le jeu. 29 juil. 2021 à 14:50, Greg Lindstrom <> a écrit :
Hello Everyone - 

I am transcribing a piece called "Hope" by Dorothy Gates and need some help with a few of the triplet figures. In particular, I would like to know if it is possible to create a triplet out of the following (quarter note gets the beat):

  1. An eighth and sixteenth note
  2. An eighth and 4 thirty-second notes
  3. A sextuplet consisting of:
    1. 1 eighth note
    2. 4 sixteenth notes
Does these answer your question ?

\version "2.20.0"

  \time 3/4
\tuplet 3/2 {c'8 c'16}

\tuplet 3/2 {c'8[ c'32 c' ]}

\tuplet 6/4 {c'8 [ c'16 c' c' c']}




It just seems that "An eighth and 4 thirty-second notes" has too many 32nd notes, do you mean 64th ? which would be

\tuplet 3/2 {c'8[ c'64 c' c' c' ]} 

Hope this helps,

JJ Fleck
Physique et Informatique
PCSI1 Lycée Kléber

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