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 Author: dtr
Posted: May 24 2010 - 01:24 PM
Subject: re: re: problem on the Rite of Spring
Thank you very much! I understood how to search and how Lilypond entries works.
user picture see url Author: rt
see Posted: May 23 2010 - 12:01 PM
Subject: re: problem on the Rite of Spring
dtr wrote:

This code works proprely in my environment (Lilypond 2.12, WindowsVista).
But the code doesn't work on Musipedia.
So I entered a simple code to make the temporary page and I thought I'd rewrite it by the correct code.
But, I'm sorry I became unable to find its edit page.


thanks!

I was able to add it as a new entry: http://www.musipedia.org/contour/Rite

This method of linking can be hijacked for text searches. It was originally just meant for contours, such as:
http://www.musipedia.org/contour/ DUDDDUDUD - this should show the same thing.

Sorry about the slightly messy effects one gets when editing a "legacy" entry.

Basically, there should be 2 kinds of Lilypond entries: those entered with the grid and those entered by pasting an entire Lilypond file. Unfortunately, for historical reasons, there is also a third kind that originated by posting part of a Lilypond file. If you edit such an entry by pasting an entire Lilypond file, undesired effects occur. In such a case, it is better to get rid of the old entry and create a new one from scratch.

There are also other ways of finding your own entries: the page of latest changes,
http://www.musipedia.org/latestchanges.html, as well as a search for all entries you edited yourself. You can get there via http://www.musipedia.org/members/dtr.

I suspect that the problematic Rite of Spring entry might have lost its presence in the search index because it now only contains one note. Don't worry about that - if it won't show up in searches, it will not be annoying. We can concentrate on the new entry http://www.musipedia.org/contour/Rite.
Author: dtr
Posted: May 23 2010 - 06:33 AM
Subject: problem on the Rite of Spring
Thanks.

Did something go wrong with the Rite of Spring, too?

Yes. I tried to enter Lilypond code as follows.
\clef tenor
\key c \major
\time 4/4
\tempo 4=50
\autoBeamOff
c''4\fermata \acciaccatura { b'16 [c''] } b' [ g' e' b' ] \times 2/3 { a'8\fermata [ c'' \acciaccatura { b'16 [c''] } b'8 ] } \times 2/3{ g' [ e' b' ] } |
\time 3/4 a' [ c'' ] \acciaccatura { b'16 [c''] } b'8 [ a' ] d'' [ \acciaccatura g' a' ] |
\time 4/4 \times 4/5 { c''16 [ \acciaccatura { b' [c''] } b' g' e' b' ] } a'4~a'~a'8

This code works proprely in my environment (Lilypond 2.12, WindowsVista).
But the code doesn't work on Musipedia.
So I entered a simple code to make the temporary page and I thought I'd rewrite it by the correct code.
But, I'm sorry I became unable to find its edit page.
user picture enter Author: rt
watch Posted: May 22 2010 - 11:38 AM
Subject: re: Key signature bug
dtr wrote:
No flames about my bad English please.

I worked on 2 tunes below;
http://www.musipedia.org/edit.html?&no_cache=1&tx_detedit_pi1[tid]=ec6826e925952de7a90be595700f4189
http://www.musipedia.org/edit.html?&no_cache=1&tx_detedit_pi1[tid]=464d828b85b0bed98e80ade0a5c43b0f

There seems something wrong with key signature command, so the sheet music isn't correctly displayed and played.

thanks for your contribution, and for pointing out the bug! I fixed it now.
Controlling the key is easy with the grid editor, but my program mistakenly also set the key signature if you enter Lilypond code directly. It now does not do this anymore.

Did something go wrong with the Rite of Spring, too?

Cheers,

Rainer
Author: dtr
Posted: May 22 2010 - 05:07 AM
Subject: Key signature bug
No flames about my bad English please.

I worked on 2 tunes below;
http://www.musipedia.org/edit.html?&no_cache=1&tx_detedit_pi1[tid]=ec6826e925952de7a90be595700f4189
http://www.musipedia.org/edit.html?&no_cache=1&tx_detedit_pi1[tid]=464d828b85b0bed98e80ade0a5c43b0f

There seems something wrong with key signature command, so the sheet music isn't correctly displayed and played.
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