From: Michael Bechard <gothmagog@ya...> - 2006-12-07 15:28:17
Is there a tied-note NoteProcessor? I tried using the multiply processor o=
n p3 (value of -1), but that didn't do it. I see in the documentation it s=
ays Track SoundObjects support this, but do any other objects support it?=
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From: Steven Yi <stevenyi@gm...> - 2006-12-07 16:32:16
If any of the SoundObjects generate score that has negative p3, then
when blue parses it it converts it to a positive value and sets a tied
property of the note to true, which would explain it not working when
using a multiply processor. The Tracker soundObject has an easy way to
tie notes, and I've also used it in python scripts and in GenericScore
For a noteProcessor, it's possible to use the Python noteProcessor to
write a script to do this. I just tested the following code:
for i in range(noteList.size() - 1):
note = noteList.get(i)
and it will set all notes to tied except the last note in the
SoundObject. A Java NoteProcessor would need basically the same code.
Hope that explains it all; let me know if there's any other questions!
On 12/7/06, Michael Bechard <gothmagog@...> wrote:
> Is there a tied-note NoteProcessor? I tried using the multiply processor on p3 (value of -1), but that didn't do it. I see in the documentation it says Track SoundObjects support this, but do any other objects support it?
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