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Re: stem length with beaming?

From: D Josiah Boothby
Subject: Re: stem length with beaming?
Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2005 02:48:22 -0800
User-agent: Debian Thunderbird 1.0 (X11/20050116)

thank you! #'(20) turns out (as you probably guessed) to be quite extreme, but the effect has been acheived.

thanks again,


Erik Sandberg wrote:

Thanks, added this bug to CVS as tremolo-stem-length-beamed.ly. The stems should automatically be long enough.

The workaround you are looking for, is probably
   \override Stem #'beamed-lengths = #'(20)
The value of beamed-length is a list, so you could also do something like
#'(5 6 7)
to get different stem lengths for different beam multiplicities.


On Wednesday 19 January 2005 07.22, D Josiah Boothby wrote:
I'm trying to make a few beams longer than they normally would be
because I'm adding tremolo and the tremolo overlaps with the beam. Am I
misusing \override?

\version "2.4.2"

Notes = \relative c''' {
   \time 6/8
   \override Stem #'beamed-lengths = #20
   a,!8:128\mf^\markup{ \large\bold{Un peu lent} (\small{\note #"8"
#0.9 } = 66) }
   bes,!:128 as':128 g,!:128 cis:128 r
   \revert Stem #'beamed-lengths

\score {
   \transpose f c' \Notes

   \layout { raggedright = ##t }

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