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Piano technician and software engineer.


Nov
9
comment How do I parameterize text in a re-used section of Lilypond notes?
I see it now. Perhaps fixed by NReilingh?
Nov
7
comment How do I parameterize text in a re-used section of Lilypond notes?
Peter emailed me the solution, I've added it to the code above. Thanks! [Grr, the code section is being shown briefly as it is highlighted for a split second, then replaced by blank lines.]
Nov
6
comment How do I parameterize text in a re-used section of Lilypond notes?
I think you can add another answer. And I would appreciate it :-)
Oct
30
comment How do I parameterize text in a re-used section of Lilypond notes?
I've modified my original snippet to illustrate what I should've included originally, that I'd like to re-use the variable, but expand verseNotes using different values of verseText if that helps. I think I am confused over the scope of things and when I can perform variable assignments.
Oct
30
comment How do I parameterize text in a re-used section of Lilypond notes?
SuperMusicman, I would like to re-use the verseNotes variable, but with different values of verseText. I will edit my snippet to illustrate.
Oct
30
comment How do I parameterize text in a re-used section of Lilypond notes?
Ah, thanks! Can you tell me, if I wanted to re-use verseNotes again within verseSection, but with a different verseText, how could I set it? I don't seem to be able to simply put an assignment interspersed with the note list, which results in a syntax error.
Jul
19
comment Why is the piano such a commonly used instrument?
Yes, precisely!
Jun
3
comment How far “off” can a piano unison be and still be considered “in-tune”?
I notice that the beating happens at different partials of the fundamental, and that varies with which note I'm listening to. For example, in the low tenor say around C3, I can hear slow beats in the partial at C5 even though I'm not playing C5. That's what I notice goes out of tune first, not the fundamental. But by the time I get up to listening around E4, it's mostly the fudamental that I hear beating if it's out of tune.
Jun
1
comment How far “off” can a piano unison be and still be considered “in-tune”?
@Rein Henrichs, what Andrew said, better than I did.