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by DatOrganistTho
22 Jun 2016, 02:35
Forum: Other: Publishing production and Sales
Topic: How Much Would You Charge?
Replies: 22
Views: 5494

Re: How Much Would You Charge?

Do you think the reason your "band friend" is so shocked by the sticker price is because she is ill-informed? Have you thought about education and illumination for the customer, to show them the difference between your product and a "mostly-free job"? Could be, but more likely she actually knows pe...
by DatOrganistTho
22 Jun 2016, 02:33
Forum: Digital Notation Tools
Topic: [Lilypond] Numerous Questions & Thoughts
Replies: 45
Views: 10518

Re: [Lilypond] Numerous Questions & Thoughts

Perhaps the ultimate notational tool would be one that would allow seamless to access both styles of interface, so that one could tailor it to one's own working style. Isn't that what Frescobaldi and Denemo offer? Enter code as you wish and then adjust in a GUI environment? I'd like to look at Lily...
by DatOrganistTho
18 Jun 2016, 01:41
Forum: Other: Publishing production and Sales
Topic: How Much Would You Charge?
Replies: 22
Views: 5494

Re: How Much Would You Charge?

I don't know how much I would charge, but I know how much I was charged. Example, 5$ to 30€ per page (orchestral music, medium complex). That seems inline with what I've noticed on the internet. I haven't seen much adjustment for inflation, probably because services are rendered so few times now da...
by DatOrganistTho
17 Jun 2016, 14:56
Forum: Problems and Solutions (Help)
Topic: [puzzle] A Breve Problem
Replies: 25
Views: 6935

Re: [puzzle] A Breve Problem

John Ruggero wrote:This thread has pointed out difficulties in the design of the double whole note. Given these difficulties, one could always do this:

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This is a very elegant solution, indeed. I might go back and change it to this. Thanks!
by DatOrganistTho
17 Jun 2016, 01:01
Forum: Problems and Solutions (Help)
Topic: [puzzle] A Breve Problem
Replies: 25
Views: 6935

Re: [puzzle] A Breve Problem

Fellas there's no need for a cautionary accidental, for the previous measures do not change the f.
by DatOrganistTho
17 Jun 2016, 00:59
Forum: Problems and Solutions (Help)
Topic: [puzzle] A Breve Problem
Replies: 25
Views: 6935

Re: [puzzle] A Breve Problem

The larger except shows that the accented voice in half notes is a middle voice, and for this reason I vote for Knut's solution with the downward stems since it is very common for a moving middle voice to have down stems in an upper staff even if there is a collective down or up stem preceeding. Th...
by DatOrganistTho
16 Jun 2016, 16:06
Forum: Problems and Solutions (Help)
Topic: [puzzle] A Breve Problem
Replies: 25
Views: 6935

Re: [puzzle] A Breve Problem

Shouldn't there be either a sharp or a precautionary natural before the first F in the top staff? That would have impact on the spacing in some versions. Whether there should be a precautionary natural before the E in the top staff is a question that also came up in the Brahms op 119 no 1 thread. J...
by DatOrganistTho
16 Jun 2016, 16:02
Forum: Problems and Solutions (Help)
Topic: [puzzle] A Breve Problem
Replies: 25
Views: 6935

Re: [puzzle] A Breve Problem

If your layer distribution isn't fixed, I would consider flipping the stems of the r.h. half notes, which would make the spacing of the layers more even, without the risk of collisions. I'm actually not entirely sure that the result would constitute an acceptable note alignment, but it looks OK to ...
by DatOrganistTho
16 Jun 2016, 16:01
Forum: Problems and Solutions (Help)
Topic: [puzzle] A Breve Problem
Replies: 25
Views: 6935

Re: [puzzle] A Breve Problem

Fellas, here's the context.
by DatOrganistTho
16 Jun 2016, 02:29
Forum: Problems and Solutions (Help)
Topic: [puzzle] A Breve Problem
Replies: 25
Views: 6935

Re: [puzzle] A Breve Problem

The font I'm using is Cadence. :) Our own @tisimst made that font. ;) Which is now called MTF-Cadence as I shift directions to a different online store. More details soon about that (in another thread of course). Does the MTF stand for Metafont?!?!? Meaning you'll have them scaled properly at diffe...