David Baron wrote:
The original noteedit program used a mup-lilke syntax. I even managed to
import/export a few simple pieces (just playing around stuff). The new
program nted uses a text file which appears to represent the gui display
much more than the music (which probably makes lots of sense). BTW, nted
is a program which I've give a go and it appears to have lots of promise.
> interested in a full repertoire of music symbols, however. But a GUI for MUP
Do you folks really think a gui is important for this kind of stuff? I
know that I am very happy doing mup (and mma) stuff with a text editor.
I have used a number of GUI interfaces for music and find they just slow
me down or get in my way. With a program like mup (or lily) one can have
an editor in a window and do repetitive compiles/displays in a separate
window (or in emacs, in the same). And with fast CPUs which are so
common today it is very fast to do. Maybe I'm just showing my age :)
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