[puzzle] Two voices in one staff

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Re: [puzzle] Two voices in one staff

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OCTO wrote:
02 Jun 2016, 19:46
[...] Hmm.. two other solutions: [...]
Or with a down tie :

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Re: [puzzle] Two voices in one staff

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Schneider wrote:
14 Jun 2018, 11:46
Or with a down tie :
Looks nice. I would perhaps put the slur above.
What is the software?
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Re: [puzzle] Two voices in one staff

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OCTO wrote:
14 Jun 2018, 14:52
Schneider wrote:
14 Jun 2018, 11:46
Or with a down tie :
Looks nice. I would perhaps put the slur above.
What is the software?
looking at the lines, i believe it's LilyPond (CMIIW)
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Re: [puzzle] Two voices in one staff

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The barlines give it away as LP. I'm intrigued by the clef, though - it looks better than the default by miles but still looks good with the rest of the default font.

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Re: [puzzle] Two voices in one staff

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phewww, quite difficult on Sibelius .. they are soo limited with the ties :(
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Re: [puzzle] Two voices in one staff

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Yep, LilyPond (clef's mine since I don't like the default one) :

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\version "2.19.81"

\paper {
  indent = 0
  left-margin = 20
  line-width = 70
  ragged-right = ##f
}

\fixed c' \new Staff <<
  \time 3/4
  \new Voice { 
    \voiceOne 
    \shape #'((0 . 0) (0 . -0.5) (0 . -0.5) (0 . 0)) Tie
    e2. -\tweak layer #-1 _~ e 
  }
  \new Voice { 
    \voiceTwo
    <g, g>4-\tweak extra-offset #'(0 . 1) ^( 
    < \tweak layer #-1 
      \tweak whiteout-style #'outline 
      \tweak whiteout #2 a, a>4
    <cis cis'>8 <fis, fis> <a, a>4 <g, g>2)
    \bar "||"
  }
>>
Slur up :

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Re: [puzzle] Two voices in one staff

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You both have the same clef, but in different software. Looks like old SCORE (or Vienna, Wolfgang, Scorlatti), what is yours?

Schneider, do you break the tie directly in LP?
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Re: [puzzle] Two voices in one staff

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The G clef from Score was probably the model.
Yes the break's done in LP (see the code: change the break size by changing the number in '\tweak whiteout #2)

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Re: [puzzle] Two voices in one staff

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OCTO wrote:
16 Jun 2018, 19:18
You both have the same clef, but in different software. Looks like old SCORE (or Vienna, Wolfgang, Scorlatti), what is yours?

Schneider, do you break the tie directly in LP?
I'm surprised no one has said yet, but it's Scorlatti from MTF. Abraham Lee modeled it after SCORE. I eagerly await the day that this along with his other fonts are available in Dorico.
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