I'm not sure if this is a sextuplet with a tremolo or how to notate it. (Using Musescore; I know how to notate a sextuplet with a tremolo, but it doesn't look like this once I do). Any advice as to what it is and how to notate would be appreciated!
1As a clarification, you're looking for three repetitions of each note within each sextuplet?– AaronDec 5, 2022 at 21:30
Unless the tempo is extremely slow this will be indistinguishable from a trill, and a trill would be much easier to read.– PiedPiperDec 5, 2022 at 23:03
What piece is this from? It doesn't look like your own composition.– DekkadeciDec 6, 2022 at 2:52
1What is the source of this notation? I've never seen flags or flat signs like this before. The colored bar line and ties are also interesting.– phoogDec 6, 2022 at 12:20
1@phoog - I think I've seen flat signs like this before in some Kapustin sheet music or maybe some other vaguely classical-leaning Third Stream composer's sheet music.– DekkadeciDec 6, 2022 at 18:06
The musical result will be this:
Here's how to do it in MuseScore. Enter all 6 notes as a sextuplet. Edit the 1st and 3rd to be dotted 16ths. Apply the trem.