Notation editor ?


    Jan 03 2007 | 10:27 am
    The noteslider was a nice move, but isn't really usefull for sequence editing. Is there somewhere, someone who made a decent notation editor (lcd, jsui, java, UI external...), even a commercial one ? I really have no time to find the pics or fonts for this, do thousand tricks in Photoshop for masks and so on... If the code is not finished, no problem, i could resume from where you are, it'll still be a time gain.
    Please, don't answer JMSL again. It costs 120$ and i won't use it for something else than the score package. Idem for FTM. I'd really love this to work on XP but it definitely doesn't. Simple install of it makes your Max unstable. Opening the Java score editor freezes all (and this is on EVERY machine i have at home, so don't blame my Java setup).
    Thanks in advance
    best regards
    f.e -- f.e chanfrault | aka | personal computer music > >>>>>> http://www.personal-computer-music.com > >>>>>> |sublime music for a desperate people|

    • Jan 03 2007 | 9:31 pm
      ...well, very carrefuly, i would send you to this : http://www.bloghotel.org/uploads/tworowski_system.zip is that decente ? i don't know... It was useful for me at a certain time but this patch is kinda old now... and it uses a font... (OMantonin from Open Music)... The font is included in the folder.
      I'm not saying it's great but i'm only sending this link as an idea.
      You can work on it, modifie it... toss it, burn it... whatever
    • Jan 03 2007 | 11:51 pm
      The developer of the ENP package for PWGL had mentioned, at one point, the general possibility of giving PWGL OSC support, so that (among other things) ENP might be available to Max users... I hope and prey... It's such a beautiful editor.
      J.
    • Jan 04 2007 | 9:20 am
    • Jan 04 2007 | 10:09 am
      Have you looked at Quintet.net? The package includes a notation editor, albeit a simple one in comparison to Finale etc. http://www.quintet-net.org/Tour/CDK.html http://www.quintet-net.org/Tour/Images/Score_Editor.jpg http://www.quintet.net
      Georg
      On Jan 3, 2007, at 11:27 AM, f.e wrote:
      > The noteslider was a nice move, but isn't really usefull for > sequence editing. Is there somewhere, someone who made a decent > notation editor (lcd, jsui, java, UI external...), even a > commercial one ? I really have no time to find the pics or fonts > for this, do thousand tricks in Photoshop for masks and so on... If > the code is not finished, no problem, i could resume from where you > are, it'll still be a time gain. > > Please, don't answer JMSL again. It costs 120$ and i won't use it > for something else than the score package. Idem for FTM. I'd really > love this to work on XP but it definitely doesn't. Simple install > of it makes your Max unstable. Opening the Java score editor > freezes all (and this is on EVERY machine i have at home, so don't > blame my Java setup). > > Thanks in advance > > best regards > > f.e > -- > f.e chanfrault | aka | personal computer music >> >>>>>> http://www.personal-computer-music.com >> >>>>>> |sublime music for a desperate people|
    • Jan 05 2007 | 10:42 am
      tworowski.sebastien wrote: > maybe you got my e-mail... not so sure about that :-) Yes, i was > saying, could you please send me this Opus font so i can put he patch > up to date ? That would be nice.
      Opus for sure isn't free, but if you install Notepad, the free (as in beer) Finale limited version, it will contain the necessary fonts.
      (I guess you are not allowed to include just the font into a distribution.)
      Stefan
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