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Thanks jaberwocky6669 :)

You notate a rest by excluding the note name eg any of the following symbols on their own.

o + ; - ~ ?

You can concatenate note durations by removing the spaces between them eg o+ or use dots and ties which is more standard.

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Ok cool, thanks.

Here is the bass clef of the first bar of Bach's C major prelude from the well tempered clavier: ";=125 <pno> o'C -'E. _ o'E. o'C -'E. _ o'E."

What is wrong here?

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Keep all the rhythmic values on the left of the note name, including dots.

";=125 <pno> o'C -.'E _ o.'E o'C -.'E _ o.'E"

Notes have two elements. o...'C#'

o...  = duration

'C#' = pitch

Duration is inherited from the previous note, so you don't always have to write the rhythm.

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K, here is my crappy attempt.  This is the first two bars of the C Major Prelude fropm Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavier.

Global $source =     ";=100 <pno> - ~G' C' E' G' C' E - ~G' C' E' G' C' E'|- ~G' C' E' G' C' E' - ~G' C' E' G' C' E'|" & @CRLF & _
                                    ";=100 <pno> o'C .E_;.E oC .E_;.E|o'C .E_;.E oC .E_;.E"

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There are so many things to explain about this, I didn't know where to begin. Multiple voices must be kept on consecutive lines. An empty line represents a break in systems. All systems must contain the same number of voices. I'll have a go at the Bach.

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Here's the first three bars:

"<hpsd> - ~G C' E 'G' C' E - ~'G' C' E 'G' C' E|- ~'A' D' F 'A' D' F - ~'A' D' F 'A' D' F|- ~'G' D' F 'G' D' F - ~'G' D' F 'G' D' F|" & @LF & _
"<hpsd> ~ -.E _;E ~ -.E _;E |~ -.D _;D ~ -.D _;D |~ -.D _;D ~ -.D _;D |" & @LF & _
"<hpsd> +C        C         | C        C         |'B        'B        |"
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I will make some tutorials. I think that will be easier than trying to explain everything at once. If you already know how to read and write music, it should not be too difficult to figure it out. Writing separate parts is quite advanced though. There are one or two things you can do which don't exist in a conventional score. For example triplets are enclosed in round brackets and you can wrap the brackets around as many bars as you like. Tuplets do not normally cross bar lines. :rolleyes:

You chose a great tune BTW. I found the scores to the whole work in an Oxfam shop. :)

One more thing - octave range is also an inherited feature so the final 'B in the Bach example above can lose the single quote.

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I'm very happy if this idea brings enjoyment to anyone, that's what music is about to me. I intend to use this script for future programming projects, but there's no reason why the notation can't be used for other purposes. :)

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Here's the rest of the prelude written as it appears in my Konemann Music Urtext edition of Das Wohltemperierte Klavier. What a fitting tune to first test mus++. Thanks again Jaberwocky6669 for the inspiration - Bach is truly great, I have it playing in a while loop. :D

Local $source = _ ; Bach Prelude BWV-846
"<hpsd> ;=80 - ~G C' E 'G' C' E - ~'G' C' E 'G' C' E|- ~'A' D' F 'A' D' F - ~'A' D' F 'A' D' F|- ~'G' D' F 'G' D' F - ~'G' D' F 'G' D' F|" & @LF & _
"<hpsd> ;=80 ~ -.E _;E ~ -.E _;E |~ -.D _;D ~ -.D _;D |~ -.D _;D ~ -.D _;D |" & @LF & _
"<hpsd> ;=80 +C        C         | C        C         |'B        B         |" & @LF & _
"<hpsd> ;=80  ooo" & @LF & "<hpsd> ;=80  ooo" & @LF & @LF & _ ; Two voices resting until the last bar
" - ~'G' C' E 'G' C' E - ~'G' C' E 'G' C' E|- ~'A' E' A 'A' E' A - ~'A' E' A 'A' E' A|- ~'F#' A D' 'F' A D' - ~'F' A D' 'F' A D'|" & @LF & _
" ~ -.E _;E ~ -.E _;E |~ -.D _;D ~ -.D _;D |~ -.D _;D ~ -.D _;D |" & @LF & _
" +C        C         | C        C         |C        C         |"  & @LF & _
"ooo" & @LF & "ooo" & @LF & @LF & _
" - ~'G' D' G 'G' D' G - ~'G' D' G 'G' D' G|- ~'E' G C' 'E' G C' - ~'E' G C' 'E' G C'|- ~'E' G C' 'E' G C' - ~'E' G C' 'E' G C'|" & @LF & _
" ~ -.D _;D ~ -.D _;D |~ -.C _;C ~ -.C _;C |~ -.C _;C ~ -.C _;C |" & @LF & _
" 'B        B         | B        B         |A        A         |" & @LF & _
"ooo" & @LF & "ooo" & @LF & @LF & _
" - ~'D' F# C' 'D' F C' - ~'D' F C' 'D' F C'|- ~'D' G B D G B - ~D G B D G B|- ~'E' G C#' 'E' G C' - ~'E' G C' 'E' G C'|" & @LF & _
" ~ -.'A _;A ~ -.A _;A |~ -.B _;B ~ -.B _;B |~ -.Bb _;B ~ -.B _;B |" & @LF & _
" 'D        D         | G        G         |G        G         |" & @LF & _
"ooo" & @LF & "ooo" & @LF & @LF & _
" - ~'D' A D' 'D' A D' - ~'D' A D' 'D' A D'|- ~'D' F B D F B - ~D F B D F B|- ~'C' G C' 'C' G C' - ~'C' G C' 'C' G C'|" & @LF & _
" ~ -.A _;A ~ -.A _;A |~ -.Ab _;A ~ -.A _;A |~ -.G _;G ~ -.G _;G |" & @LF & _
" F        F         | F        F         |E        E         |" & @LF & _
"ooo" & @LF & "ooo" & @LF & @LF & _
" - ~'A 'C' F 'A 'C' F - ~'A 'C' F 'A 'C' F|- ~'A 'C' F 'A 'C' F - ~'A 'C' F 'A 'C' F|- ~'G B 'F' 'G B 'F' - ~'G B 'F' 'G B 'F'|" & @LF & _
" ~ -.F _;F ~ -.F _;F |~ -.F _;F ~ -.F _;F |~ -.D _;D ~ -.D _;D |" & @LF & _
" E        E         | D        D         |''G        G         |" & @LF & _
"ooo" & @LF & "ooo" & @LF & @LF & _
" - ~'G 'C' E 'G 'C' E - ~'G 'C' E 'G 'C' E|- ~'Bb 'C' E 'B 'C' E - ~'B 'C' E 'B 'C' E|- ~'A 'C' E 'A 'C' E - ~'A 'C' E 'A 'C' E|" & @LF & _
" ~ -.E _;E ~ -.E _;E |~ -.G _;G ~ -.G _;G |~ -.F _;F ~ -.F _;F |" & @LF & _
" 'C        C         | C        C         |''F        F         |" & @LF & _
"ooo" & @LF & "ooo" & @LF & @LF & _
" - ~'A 'C' Eb 'A 'C' E - ~'A 'C' E 'A 'C' E|- ~'B 'C' D 'B 'C' D - ~'B 'C' D 'B 'C' D|- ~'G B 'D' 'G B 'D' - ~'G B 'D' 'G B 'D'|" & @LF & _
" ~ -.C _;C ~ -.C _;C |~ -.F _;F ~ -.F _;F |~ -.F _;F ~ -.F _;F |" & @LF & _
" F#        F         | Ab       A         | G       G         |" & @LF & _
"ooo" & @LF & "ooo" & @LF & @LF & _
" - ~'G 'C' E 'G 'C' E - ~'G 'C' E 'G 'C' E|- ~'G 'C' F 'G 'C' F - ~'G 'C' F 'G 'C' F|- ~'G B 'F' 'G B 'F' - ~'G B 'F' 'G B 'F'|" & @LF & _
" ~ -.E _;E ~ -.E _;E |~ -.D _;D ~ -.D _;D |~ -.D _;D ~ -.D _;D |" & @LF & _
" G         G         | G        G         | G        G         |" & @LF & _
"ooo" & @LF & "ooo" & @LF & @LF & _
" - ~'A 'C' F# 'A 'C' F - ~'A 'C' F 'A 'C' F|- ~'G 'C' G 'G 'C' G - ~'G 'C' G 'G 'C' G|- ~'G 'C' F 'G 'C' F - ~'G 'C' F 'G 'C' F|" & @LF & _
" ~ -.Eb _;E ~ -.E _;E |~ -.E _;E ~ -.E _;E |~ -.D _;D ~ -.D _;D |" & @LF & _
" G        G         | G        G         | G        G         |" & @LF & _
"ooo" & @LF & "ooo" & @LF & @LF & _
" - ~'G B 'F' 'G B 'F' - ~'G B 'F' 'G B 'F'|- ~'G Bb 'E' 'G Bb 'E' - ~'G Bb 'E' 'G Bb 'E'|- ~'F A 'C' F C 'A 'C' 'A F A F D F D|" & @LF & _
" ~ -.D _;D ~ -.D _;D |~ -.C _;C ~ -.C _;C |~ -.C _;C _+C |" & @LF & _
" G        G          | ''C        C       | C    _C     |" & @LF & _
"ooo" & @LF & "ooo" & @LF & @LF & _
" - ~'G' B D' F D 'B' D' 'B' G B D F E D | oE |" & @LF & _
" ~ -.''B _;B _+B |  o'C |" & @LF & _
" C      _C       |   oC |" & @LF & _
"o | oC' " & @LF & _ ; Two voices added for the final chord
"o | oG "

One thing you might try is changing the instruments. I changed the instruments from <hpsd> to the following selection: <vib> <vc> <db> <vib> <vib> and I may have discovered a solution to a small issue with interfering voices.. It seems to work without any voice interference, which gives me an idea. :idea:

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Nigeria" Case "0473" Return "Tigrinya - Ethiopia" Case "0475" Return "Hawiian - United States" Case "0478" Return "Yi - China" Case "047A" Return "Mapudungun - Chile" Case "047C" Return "Mohawk - Canada" Case "047E" Return "Breton - France" Case "0480" Return "Uyghur - China" Case "0481" Return "Maori - New Zealand" Case "0482" Return "Occitan - France" Case "0483" Return "Corsican - France" Case "0484" Return "Alsatian - France" Case "0485" Return "Sakha - Russia" Case "0486" Return "K'iche - Guatemala" Case "0487" Return "Kinyarwanda - Rwanda" Case "0488" Return "Wolof - Senegal" Case "048C" Return "Dari - Afghanistan" Case "0491" Return "Scottish Gaelic - United Kingdom" Case "0492" Return "Central Kurdish - Iraq" Case "0801" Return "Arabic - Iraq" Case "0803" Return "Valencian - Valencia" Case "0804" Return "Chinese (Simplified) - China" Case "0807" Return "German - Switzerland" Case "0809" Return "English - United Kingdom" Case "080A" Return "Spanish - Mexico" Case "080C" Return "French - Belgium" Case "0810" Return "Italian - Switzerland" Case "0813" Return "Dutch - Belgium" Case "0814" Return "Norwegian (Nynorsk) - Norway" Case "0816" Return "Portuguese - Portugal" Case "081A" Return "Serbian (Latin) - Serbia and Montenegro" Case "081D" Return "Swedish - Finland" Case "0820" Return "Urdu - (reserved)" Case "082C" Return "Azeri (Cyrillic) - Azerbaijan" Case "082E" Return "Lower Sorbian - Germany" Case "0832" Return "Setswana / Tswana - Botswana" Case "083B" Return "Sami (Northern) - Sweden" Case "083C" Return "Irish - Ireland" Case "083E" Return "Malay - Brunei Darassalam" Case "0843" Return "Uzbek (Cyrillic) - Uzbekistan" Case "0845" Return "Bangla - Bangladesh" Case "0846" Return "Punjabi - Pakistan" Case "0849" Return "Tamil - Sri Lanka" Case "0850" Return "Mongolian (Mong) - Mongolia" Case "0859" Return "Sindhi - Pakistan" Case "085D" Return "Inuktitut (Latin) - Canada" Case "085F" Return "Tamazight (Latin) - Algeria" Case "0867" Return "Pular - Senegal" Case "086B" Return "Quechua - Ecuador" Case "0873" Return "(reserved) - (reserved)" Case "0873" Return "Tigrinya - Eritrea" Case "0C01" Return "Arabic - Egypt" Case "0C04" Return "Chinese - Hong Kong SAR" Case "0C07" Return "German - Austria" Case "0C09" Return "English - Australia" Case "0C0A" Return "Spanish - Spain" Case "0C0C" Return "French - Canada" Case "0C1A" Return "Serbian (Cyrillic) - Serbia and Montenegro" Case "0C3B" Return "Sami (Northern) - Finland" Case "0C6B" Return "Quechua - Peru" Case "1001" Return "Arabic - Libya" Case "1004" Return "Chinese - Singapore" Case "1007" Return "German - Luxembourg" Case "1009" Return "English - Canada" Case "100A" Return "Spanish - Guatemala" Case "100C" Return "French - Switzerland" Case "101A" Return "Croatian (Latin) - Bosnia and Herzegovina" Case "103B" Return "Sami (Lule) - Norway" Case "105F" Return "Central Atlas Tamazight (Tifinagh) - Morocco" Case "1401" Return "Arabic - Algeria" Case "1404" Return "Chinese - Macao SAR" Case "1407" Return "German - Liechtenstein" Case "1409" Return "English - New Zealand" Case "140A" Return "Spanish - Costa Rica" Case "140C" Return "French - Luxembourg" Case "141A" Return "Bosnian (Latin) - Bosnia and Herzegovina" Case "143B" Return "Sami (Lule) - Sweden" Case "1801" Return "Arabic - Morocco" Case "1809" Return "English - Ireland" Case "180A" Return "Spanish - Panama" Case "180C" Return "French - Monaco" Case "181A" Return "Serbian (Latin) - Bosnia and Herzegovina" Case "183B" Return "Sami (Southern) - Norway" Case "1C01" Return "Arabic - Tunisia" Case "1c09" Return "English - South Africa" Case "1C0A" Return "Spanish - Dominican Republic" Case "1C1A" Return "Serbian (Cyrillic) - Bosnia and Herzegovina" Case "1C3B" Return "Sami (Southern) - Sweden" Case "2001" Return "Arabic - Oman" Case "2009" Return "English - Jamaica" Case "200A" Return "Spanish - Venezuela" Case "201A" Return "Bosnian (Cyrillic) - Bosnia and Herzegovina" Case "203B" Return "Sami (Skolt) - Finland" Case "2401" Return "Arabic - Yemen" Case "2409" Return "English - Caribbean" Case "240A" Return "Spanish - Colombia" Case "241A" Return "Serbian (Latin) - Serbia" Case "243B" Return "Sami (Inari) - Finland" Case "2801" Return "Arabic - Syria" Case "2809" Return "English - Belize" Case "280A" Return "Spanish - Peru" Case "281A" Return "Serbian (Cyrillic) - Serbia" Case "2C01" Return "Arabic - Jordan" Case "2C09" Return "English - Trinidad and Tobago" Case "2C0A" Return "Spanish - Argentina" Case "2C1A" Return "Serbian (Latin) - Montenegro" Case "3001" Return "Arabic - Lebanon" Case "3009" Return "English - Zimbabwe" Case "300A" Return "Spanish - Ecuador" Case "301A" Return "Serbian (Cyrillic) - Montenegro" Case "3401" Return "Arabic - Kuwait" Case "3409" Return "English - Philippines" Case "340A" Return "Spanish - Chile" Case "3801" Return "Arabic - U.A.E." Case "380A" Return "Spanish - Uruguay" Case "3C01" Return "Arabic - Bahrain" Case "3C0A" Return "Spanish - Paraguay" Case "4001" Return "Arabic - Qatar" Case "4009" Return "English - India" Case "400A" Return "Spanish - Bolivia" Case "4409" Return "English - Malaysia" Case "440A" Return "Spanish - El Salvador" Case "4809" Return "English - Singapore" Case "480A" Return "Spanish - Honduras" Case "4C0A" Return "Spanish - Nicaragua" Case "500A" Return "Spanish - Puerto Rico" Case "540A" Return "Spanish - United States" Case "7C04" Return "Chinese - Traditional" Case Else Return "Other (can't determine with @OSLang directly)" EndSwitch EndFunc ;==>_GetLanguage Func LCIDToLocaleName($iLCID) Local $aRet = DllCall("kernel32.dll", "int", "LCIDToLocaleName", "int", $iLCID, "wstr", "", "int", 85, "dword", 0) Return $aRet[2] EndFunc ;==>LCIDToLocaleName _GetLanguage.au3
      Source: AutoIt Help File (ScITE Editor (F1))

      I hope you enjoy this tiny code.
    • By Probudha
      Hi,
      Can some please let me know which programming language is used to develop AutoIt? Client is requesting for it...
    • By UEZ
      Hi,
      I created a FMOD UDF (x86 / x64 compatible) whereas the DLL calls are done from memory directly!
      Credits to trancexx for the Subrogation functions!
       
      Supported formats:
      - .MOD (protracker/fasttracker modules) - .S3M (screamtracker 3 modules) - .XM (fasttracker 2 modules) - .IT (impulse tracker modules) - .MID (MIDI files) - .RMI (MIDI files) - .SGT (DirectMusic segment files) - .FSB (FMOD Sample Bank files) - .MP3 - .OGG - .WAV - .MP2 - .RAW  
      Current added function list (sum = 70):
      FMUSICMEM_FreeSong FMUSICMEM_GetBPM FMUSICMEM_GetGlobalVolume FMUSICMEM_GetMasterVolume FMUSICMEM_GetName FMUSICMEM_GetNumChannels FMUSICMEM_GetNumInstruments FMUSICMEM_GetNumOrders FMUSICMEM_GetNumPatterns FMUSICMEM_GetNumSamples FMUSICMEM_GetOrder FMUSICMEM_GetPaused FMUSICMEM_GetRow FMUSICMEM_GetSpeed FMUSICMEM_GetTime FMUSICMEM_GetType FMUSICMEM_IsFinished FMUSICMEM_LoadSong FMUSICMEM_LoadSongEx FMUSICMEM_OptimizeChannels FMUSICMEM_PlaySong FMUSICMEM_SetMasterVolume FMUSICMEM_SetOrder FMUSICMEM_SetPaused FMUSICMEM_StopAllSongs FMUSICMEM_StopSong FSOUNDMEM_Close FSOUNDMEM_DSP_Create FSOUNDMEM_DSP_Free FSOUNDMEM_DSP_GetActive FSOUNDMEM_DSP_GetFFTUnit FSOUNDMEM_DSP_GetSpectrum FSOUNDMEM_DSP_SetActive FSOUNDMEM_DSP_SetPriority FSOUNDMEM_GetAmplitude FSOUNDMEM_GetChannelsPlaying FSOUNDMEM_GetCPUUsage FSOUNDMEM_GetCurrentLevels FSOUNDMEM_GetError FSOUNDMEM_GetFrequency FSOUNDMEM_GetGetSurround FSOUNDMEM_GetMaxChannels FSOUNDMEM_GetPan FSOUNDMEM_GetPaused FSOUNDMEM_GetVolume FSOUNDMEM_Init FSOUNDMEM_SetPaused FSOUNDMEM_SetSpeakerMode FSOUNDMEM_SetSurround FSOUNDMEM_SetVolume FSOUNDMEM_SetVolumeAbsolute FSOUNDMEM_Stream_Close FSOUNDMEM_Stream_FindTagField FSOUNDMEM_Stream_GetLength FSOUNDMEM_Stream_GetLengthMs FSOUNDMEM_Stream_GetNumTagFields FSOUNDMEM_Stream_GetOpenState FSOUNDMEM_Stream_GetPosition FSOUNDMEM_Stream_GetTagField FSOUNDMEM_Stream_GetTime FSOUNDMEM_Stream_Net_GetStatus FSOUNDMEM_Stream_Net_SetMetadataCallback FSOUNDMEM_Stream_Net_SetProxy FSOUNDMEM_Stream_Open FSOUNDMEM_Stream_Play FSOUNDMEM_Stream_PlayEx FSOUNDMEM_Stream_SetLoopCount FSOUNDMEM_Stream_SetPosition FSOUNDMEM_Stream_SetTime FSOUNDMEM_Stream_Stop  
      In the zip archive you can find 6 examples.
       
      Download:  FModMem UDF build 2019-11-24.zip
       
      If you have created additional examples, feel free to post it here.
    • By v120
      Original posted by CoePSX
       
       
       
       
      Drawing_Script.au3
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