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Re: LilyPond talk in German at Chemnitzer Linuxtage

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: LilyPond talk in German at Chemnitzer Linuxtage
Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2023 14:19:27 +0100
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Valentin Petzel <> writes:

>> Am Sonntag, 12. März 2023, 13:24:01 CET schrieb:
>>> Valentin Petzel <> writes:
>>> > Regarding midi support: Personally I’d do this externally. Create an
>>> > external program that records midi, either quantised real time or
>>> > stepwise, and returns the output as Lilypond code. This then has the
>>> > advantage that it is easier to maintain and can easily be used by
>>> > whatever editor you want to use (as long as the editor in question
>>> > allows you to call an external program and insert the output).
>>> An advantage of doing this in-editor is that you can reincorporate
>>> manual duration corrections and bar checks into the quantisation.  That
>>> might significantly speed up the process of getting a good quantisation.
>>> Of course, Frescobaldi does not use timing at all yet, so that is a moot
>>> point for now.
> Yes, but an external program could do that too, without being tied to a 
> single 
> specific editor.

How do you propose an external program to incorporate edits without
being an editor?

David Kastrup

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