Re: More than one tempo mark in a score

2018-02-14 Thread ptoye
Simon Albrecht-2 wrote > Of course it’s possible, and a very common thing to do e.g. in > orchestral scores. See http://lsr.di.unimi.it/LSR/Item?id=1010;. I've compared your solution with Hwaen Ch'uqi's and they give slightly different results on the page. As you sent it, the tempo and mark

Re: More than one tempo mark in a score

2018-02-14 Thread Peter Toye
David, The Internals Reference (or the bits that I've read) doesn't have any music examples. And rather oddly, I've never used Emacs. Best regards, Peter mailto:lilyp...@ptoye.com www.ptoye.com - Wednesday, February 14, 2018, 12:19:11 PM, you wrote: > ptoye

Re: More than one tempo mark in a score

2018-02-14 Thread ptoye
Martin Neubauer wrote > On 12/02/2018 16:42, Peter Toye wrote: > > Although developing lilypond itself on a windows machine might indeed be > challenging, all the programming capabilities you'd need in your scores > should just work anywhere lp runs. And even if you don't intend to write >

Re: Backing track creation with LilyPond

2018-02-14 Thread David Kastrup
Hans Åberg writes: > On 14 Feb 2018, at 11:34, David Kastrup wrote: > >> The mice were running around openly and rather visibly before that. >> Already when the cats were confined to one stable cell, the difference >> was staggering. When they roamed freely,

Re: More than one tempo mark in a score

2018-02-14 Thread David Kastrup
Peter Toye writes: > The Internals Reference (or the bits that I've read) doesn't have any > music examples. Yes, it's autogenerated. It does have an index, and Emacs is pretty good at navigating via the index. > And rather oddly, I've never used Emacs. Well, it's gotten

Re: More than one tempo mark in a score

2018-02-14 Thread David Kastrup
ptoye writes: > Martin Neubauer wrote >> On 12/02/2018 16:42, Peter Toye wrote: >> >> Although developing lilypond itself on a windows machine might indeed be >> challenging, all the programming capabilities you'd need in your scores >> should just work anywhere lp runs. And

Re: Backing track creation with LilyPond

2018-02-14 Thread Hans Åberg
> On 14 Feb 2018, at 11:34, David Kastrup wrote: > > Hans Åberg writes: > >> Cats are very effective in that; Alexander Selkirk couldn't sleep, >> tormented by rodents, until he befriended some cats left on the island >> he was. > > I can imagine. We got

Re: Backing track creation with LilyPond

2018-02-14 Thread David Kastrup
Hans Åberg writes: >> On 13 Feb 2018, at 21:04, David Kastrup wrote: >> >> I did a Bach Air from Orchestra Suite #3 version where I >> dubbed the omitted viola voice in but >> it's really not all too great. > > The cat is great,

Re: Backing track creation with LilyPond

2018-02-14 Thread David Kastrup
Hans Åberg writes: >> On 14 Feb 2018, at 10:17, David Kastrup wrote: >> >> Hans Åberg writes: >> On 13 Feb 2018, at 21:04, David Kastrup wrote: I did a Bach Air from Orchestra Suite #3 version where I

Re: Automatic vertical spacing when *some* values are fixed

2018-02-14 Thread Urs Liska
Hi David, thanks but that doesn't help, because no, I'm no "setting quartets" but "anything": Am 14.02.2018 um 01:30 schrieb David Wright: until I find something that promises to work generically (i.e. when I don't know the actual music and page layout beforehand)? IIRC you're setting

Re: Backing track creation with LilyPond

2018-02-14 Thread Hans Åberg
> On 14 Feb 2018, at 10:17, David Kastrup wrote: > > Hans Åberg writes: > >>> On 13 Feb 2018, at 21:04, David Kastrup wrote: >>> >>> I did a Bach Air from Orchestra Suite #3 version where I >>> dubbed the omitted viola voice in

Re: More than one tempo mark in a score

2018-02-14 Thread Simon Albrecht
On 14.02.2018 13:34, ptoye wrote: the Largo metronome mark is too far to the right as it seems to be aligned to the first silent note rather than the clef or time signature. That seems like a bug to me – I think the MetronomeMark should be aligned the same no matter whether it’s in a context

Re: How to organize a single piece of work with different versions?

2018-02-14 Thread Edmundo Carmona Antoranz
Thanks for replying, Andrew. I'll take a little more time later to go on all the subjects you bring about, however wanted to reply back on one of the points you raise: On Sun, Feb 11, 2018 at 3:25 AM, Andrew Bernard wrote: > > It's impossible to diff PDF's in practice,

Re: Backing track creation with LilyPond

2018-02-14 Thread Karlin High
On 2/14/2018 4:34 AM, David Kastrup wrote: The mice were running around openly and rather visibly before that. Already when the cats were confined to one stable cell, the difference was staggering. When they roamed freely, it was overwhelming. They couldn't have caught hundreds of mice in that

Horizontally centered notes

2018-02-14 Thread Caio Barros
Hi, I'm writing some music snippets for a friend that is creating a music text book, and they want to have and example in which a single musical line shows three notes: one below the line, one on the line and one above it. I managed to write almost what they want, except that would be nicer that

Re: missing document browser

2018-02-14 Thread Knute Snortum
I have Frescobaldi 3.0.0 on Raspberry PI and it works fine. For me it created a tab under the Document Browser. Maybe upgrade if you can? --- Knute Snortum (via Gmail) On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 10:13 AM, Daryls_Produce < daryls.prod...@protonmail.com> wrote: > Hi Knute > > I use Frescobaldi

Re: How to organize a single piece of work with different versions?

2018-02-14 Thread Edmundo Carmona Antoranz
On Sun, Feb 11, 2018 at 12:03 PM, Mark Stephen Mrotek wrote: > Edmundo, > > Did the B minor for my senior recital! Bravo. > Note, I compile Andante, time and key signature should be moved to after > \relative c', i.e., within the {}. > Consider using R1 for the full

Re: Backing track creation with LilyPond

2018-02-14 Thread Hans Åberg
> On 14 Feb 2018, at 15:23, Karlin High wrote: > > On 2/14/2018 4:34 AM, David Kastrup wrote: >> The mice were running around openly and rather visibly before that. >> Already when the cats were confined to one stable cell, the difference >> was staggering. When they

Re: More than one tempo mark in a score

2018-02-14 Thread Peter Toye
Simon, Not all that small, but there's a lot of overrides! Uncommenting the commented-out line moves the text back, so the Largo is correct but the Presto is wrong. Best regards, Peter mailto:lilyp...@ptoye.com www.ptoye.com \version "2.19.52" \language "english" global = { \tempo

Re: Front pages

2018-02-14 Thread Caio Barros
Hey Mark, Is there a way of adding a front page with graphics, title etc to a > Lilypond book, with the numbering starting at 1 on the first other > book page? I'm not sure what exactly you want to accomplish here. Where do you want the numbering to appear? Is your question also about how to

Re: Backing track creation with LilyPond

2018-02-14 Thread David Kastrup
Hans Åberg writes: >> On 14 Feb 2018, at 15:23, Karlin High wrote: >> >> http://www.laweekly.com/news/instead-of-being-put-down-these-feral-cats-are-being-put-to-work-8963106 >> >> >> >> Cats are a natural rodent deterrent, even if they're not

Front pages

2018-02-14 Thread Mark Austin
Is there a way of adding a front page with graphics, title etc to a Lilypond book, with the numbering starting at 1 on the first other book page? -- Mark Austin -- For Whigs admit no force but argument -- ___ lilypond-user mailing

Re: Front pages

2018-02-14 Thread Kieren MacMillan
Hi Mark, > Is there a way of adding a front page with graphics, title etc to a > Lilypond book, with the numbering starting at 1 on the first other > book page? Yes. You can use bookparts to manage this inside Lilypond. If you're willing to use more than Lilypond, there are several excellent

Re: Backing track creation with LilyPond

2018-02-14 Thread David Kastrup
Karlin High writes: > On 2/14/2018 4:34 AM, David Kastrup wrote: >> The mice were running around openly and rather visibly before that. >> Already when the cats were confined to one stable cell, the difference >> was staggering. When they roamed freely, it was

Re: Backing track creation with LilyPond

2018-02-14 Thread Hans Åberg
> On 14 Feb 2018, at 15:00, David Kastrup wrote: > > Hans Åberg writes: > >> On 14 Feb 2018, at 11:34, David Kastrup wrote: >> >>> The mice were running around openly and rather visibly before that. >>> Already when the cats were confined to

MetronomeMark.break-align-symbols not heeded in custom context

2018-02-14 Thread Simon Albrecht
Hi Peter, hello bug-list, I distilled the example some more: % \version "2.19.80" \layout {   \context {     \name "MarkLine"     \type "Engraver_group"     \consists Output_property_engraver     \consists Axis_group_engraver     \consists Metronome_mark_engraver     \override

Re: Horizontally centered notes

2018-02-14 Thread Kieren MacMillan
Hi Caio, What about \version "2.19" music = \relative { \tweak extra-spacing-width #'(-14 . 5) e'2 f g } \score { \new Staff { \time 3/2 \clef "baritone^8" \music } \layout{ \context { \Score \omit Clef \omit ClefModifier \omit Stem \omit

Re: MetronomeMark.break-align-symbols not heeded in custom context

2018-02-14 Thread Kieren MacMillan
Hi Simon, This is why my ScoreMarks line looks like this: \context { \type "Engraver_group" \name ScoreMarks markFormatter = #format-mark-box-alphabet \consists "Axis_group_engraver" \override VerticalAxisGroup.staff-affinity = #DOWN \consists "Metronome_mark_engraver"

Re: MetronomeMark.break-align-symbols not heeded in custom context

2018-02-14 Thread Simon Albrecht
On 14.02.2018 17:17, Kieren MacMillan wrote: \consists "Time_signature_engraver" \omit TimeSignature Of course. Sorry for going to the bug list too soon. Best, Simon ___ lilypond-user mailing list lilypond-user@gnu.org

Re: Backing track creation with LilyPond

2018-02-14 Thread David Kastrup
Hans Åberg writes: >> On 14 Feb 2018, at 17:15, David Kastrup wrote: >> >> Hans Åberg writes: >> >>> They don't hunt much if properly fed, just some for sport. >> >> There is no such thing as a "properly fed" cat. Not if you ask the

Re: Backing track creation with LilyPond

2018-02-14 Thread Henning Hraban Ramm
Cat discussions never get old... We’ve 4 cats in our (very big) house; they pee everywhere :( We had problems with mice and rats while there was only the old tomcat. Then we called an exterminator and got three young female cats (who harass the tomcat). At least two of them are hunting, one is

Re: Front pages

2018-02-14 Thread Kieren MacMillan
Hi Caio, > What I normally do is to create a "cover.ly" file with all the elements I > need (title, composer, graphics, etc.), and then, in a separate file, I > organize the music inside \bookpart blocks. This avoids that lilypond prints > the default header Why not use custom header fields?

Re: Backing track creation with LilyPond

2018-02-14 Thread Hans Åberg
> On 14 Feb 2018, at 17:15, David Kastrup wrote: > > Hans Åberg writes: > >>> On 14 Feb 2018, at 15:23, Karlin High wrote: >>> >>> http://www.laweekly.com/news/instead-of-being-put-down-these-feral-cats-are-being-put-to-work-8963106

Re: Front pages

2018-02-14 Thread Caio Barros
> > Why not use custom header fields? > Well, for once, If I don't use custom fields I don't have to retype the title of the piece (once for the cover and again for the actual header of the score). This avoids spelling mistakes, etc. But I believe I tried something like \fromproperty before and

Re: Horizontally centered notes

2018-02-14 Thread Caio Barros
> > It's not optimal, since I have to judge the "centralization" by eye, but > at least I can get a satisfactory output. > Well, now that I tried another example with 5 notes that method didn't work. The solution was to use \override NoteColumn.X-offset. It is a bit strange that there is no

Re: Backing track creation with LilyPond

2018-02-14 Thread Hans Åberg
> On 14 Feb 2018, at 18:01, David Kastrup wrote: > >> This is for house cats. It may be different for farmer cats. > > Well, there is no reason to keep them from hunting. Cats are allowed to > kill and eat mice. Humans aren't. > > I don't make the rules. In Africa, rodents

Re: Horizontally centered notes

2018-02-14 Thread Caio Barros
> > What about > > \version "2.19" > > music = \relative { > \tweak extra-spacing-width #'(-14 . 5) e'2 f g > } > > \score { > \new Staff { > \time 3/2 > \clef "baritone^8" \music > } > \layout{ > \context { > \Score > \omit Clef > \omit ClefModifier >

Re: Horizontally centered notes

2018-02-14 Thread Kieren MacMillan
Hi Caio, > It is a bit strange that there is no method (that I know of) to write > centralized notes #(define center-column (lambda (col) (let* ((left-col (ly:grob-object col 'left-neighbor)) (right-col (ly:grob-object col 'right-neighbor)) ; If a column

Re:Front pages

2018-02-14 Thread Flaming Hakama by Elaine
> From: Caio Barros > To: Mark Austin > Subject: Re: Front pages > Hey Mark, > > Is there a way of adding a front page with graphics, title etc to a >> Lilypond book, with the numbering starting at 1 on the first other >> book page? > > With