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Special forum features: inserting music notation, posting audio recordings.

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Author: shalily
Posted: Feb 23 2017 - 10:27 PM
Subject: re: hash code
Hello I try to find two songs I'm a new user so sorry if I do something wrong please I need help
1) french I guess it 90s woman with long blach hair ponitale and different eyes playing a witch she catches her bf cheating on her with blonde and starting to destroy everything
2)English male singer also long black hair maybe braids with sunglasses and earphones flying on some kind of machine folowing a girl who tries to escape his music world but in the end she puts on earphones and start dancing
Author: orion435
Posted: Feb 13 2017 - 09:04 PM
Subject: hash code

I am recording the first phrase of a song using the keyboard and getting a "Lilypond" version
but I am unable to locate the 32 character hash tag you refer to.
Any ideas?
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How to insert music:

Add a bit of sheet music, along with a MIDI file, simply by entering note names in Lilypond syntax between the [L] and [/L] tags.
For example, you can try what happens if you enter: [l]g'4 g'4 d''4 d''4 e''4 e''4 d''2[/l] (use the Preview function if you don't actually want to post this).
You can create these lists of note names by clicking on piano keys here.

How to post an audio recording:

If you just want to sing, whistle, or play a melody so that other forum visitors can hear it, follow these steps:

  1. Record your audio here.
  2. You should notice a 32-character hash code, something like: 2a40281c5001c5a7d8c9f57fcdeccfaf
  3. copy this hash code and paste it into a forum post, enclosed in the audio tags, for example: [audio]2a40281c5001c5a7d8c9f57fcdeccfaf[/audio]

How to mark a thread as solved:

If the original question in a thread is solved, please mark it as solved using the "solved" icon (or by just typing [solved] into your post). This makes life easier for people who are willing to identify melodies, since unsolved problems are easier to spot that way. If a problem turns out to not be solved after all, just write [/solved] in a new post, and the thread will be labeled accordingly.