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by OCTO
10 Aug 2018, 09:30
Forum: Type and Font Design
Topic: Music Type Foundry - question
Replies: 6
Views: 186

Re: Music Type Foundry - question

OCTO wrote:
10 Aug 2018, 09:17
Universal or Universal?
Yes, the second one, UE.
by OCTO
10 Aug 2018, 09:17
Forum: Type and Font Design
Topic: Music Type Foundry - question
Replies: 6
Views: 186

Re: Music Type Foundry - question

Not Abraham, but I consider the Cadence font to be exactly what you're looking for - bold yet incredibly modern and unobtrusive. I also have a soft spot for Universal's house style (MTF-Arnold) and think their combination of fonts and design is incredibly modern, but I know some will disagree. Than...
by OCTO
09 Aug 2018, 12:56
Forum: Books and Sites
Topic: References on harmonic analysis.
Replies: 24
Views: 3831

Re: References on harmonic analysis.

MalteM wrote:
09 Aug 2018, 09:51
It’s an ordinary OpenType font
Hm, I am confused now. I believed it is a latex system for just music analysis, not just a font. If you could make a word-type of document that includes some of the examples would be nice to inspect.
by OCTO
09 Aug 2018, 09:31
Forum: Type and Font Design
Topic: Music Type Foundry - question
Replies: 6
Views: 186

Music Type Foundry - question

Hello Abraham and others, Which font in the Music Type Foundry is the most developed one: number of glyphs, number of complete (=non crossing over) symbols? I just wonder because I want to test another font in order to make a more "bold" score. Bravura (Norfolk, Fravura) looks pretty advanced. I am ...
by OCTO
09 Aug 2018, 09:22
Forum: Other: Publishing production and Sales
Topic: Copyright question (Schoenberg Serenade).
Replies: 8
Views: 2062

Re: Copyright question (Schoenberg Serenade).

So, even though you own a copy of the work, to download a copy scanned from a website that is not private storage of your materials means that you are effectively downloading an illegal copy of that work. Someone else scanned that work from their own copy and provided a means for you to download it...
by OCTO
09 Aug 2018, 09:07
Forum: Books and Sites
Topic: References on harmonic analysis.
Replies: 24
Views: 3831

Re: References on harmonic analysis.

Is this similar to what you’re looking for? That is absolutely wonderful ! I am sad it was not available at the time I did my teaching papers for the university... -- Can it be used, and how, in other-than-LP notation software? There would be eventually a good idea to implement this onto a PDF base...
by OCTO
05 Aug 2018, 22:00
Forum: Problems and Solutions (Help)
Topic: Notation of the repetition across multiple tempi changes
Replies: 4
Views: 273

Re: Notation of the repetition across multiple tempi changes

Hm, I see I haven't been clear enough indeed...

I will try to visualise with a simple example, written by hand.
Hold on, I will be back.
Florian wrote:
04 Aug 2018, 12:19
Otherwise you'd produce something absurdly complicated that doesn't actually help.
Well said.
by OCTO
02 Aug 2018, 13:52
Forum: Problems and Solutions (Help)
Topic: Notation of the repetition across multiple tempi changes
Replies: 4
Views: 273

Notation of the repetition across multiple tempi changes

I have a doubt how to notate this particular problem. I have several lines/instruments in the score, and independent accelerando. The first line A starts playing at T=48. The phrase is not according to the time signature neither the beats, so the initial "simple" rhythm becomes more complex across t...
by OCTO
02 Aug 2018, 13:09
Forum: Digital Notation Tools
Topic: Dorico Pro 2 released
Replies: 44
Views: 3290

Re: Dorico Pro 2 released

Hm... 45 minutes. Interesting! I don't know how much it would take in Finale, but this is pretty awesome - as being not edited score. EDIT: Actually I have played the solo part of this concerto several times. It is a wonderful piece. I managed up to measure 26 only, so far. Humour aside, here is my ...
by OCTO
21 Jul 2018, 21:10
Forum: Notation Rules and Standards
Topic: Simple syncopation notation
Replies: 13
Views: 643

Re: Simple syncopation notation

Florian wrote:
21 Jul 2018, 12:12
Look how Brahms notates alternating notes between the pianist's hands in his second piano concerto! He doesn't even bother to show the half bar in the right hand once the pattern is established.
brahms.jpg
Brahms, a master of simplicity!