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Multi platform Music notation with Haxe NME – part 2 – Android

December 30, 2012


Yay! My music notation solution, created using the great Haxe langugage with the multiplatform NME extension, is now up and running on Android units! 🙂 Here’s a screenshot from my brand new Andersson ADT 1.0 (7 inch display, 1200 x 800, 16 GB, Android 4.1.1): And here’s a photo of my old HTC Desire phone […]

Multi platform Music notation with Haxe NME – part 1 – Goals

September 6, 2012


I’ve been working on solutions for music notation for a long time. It all started in the mid 90-s when I had the opportunity to write a book about sight-singing for choir singers. For this I had to produce hundreds of music examples, and I needed a way to get them in an editable vector […]

Computerized musical notation – a trivial task?

July 7, 2009


No, it’s not at all just about adding some spots and lines on a sheet of paper. It’s a fascinating matter of marriage between usability and esthetics! Take a look at this very well-written article – “Obsessed with putting ink on paper” – from the originators of Lilypond, probably the most well-equiped music notation program […]

New music notation software – Ricercar

July 6, 2009


Just found this interesting project on Sourceforge the other day: Ricercar (I strongly guess that the name is inspired by the wonderful ricercar parts in J S Bach’s work Musikaliches Opfer – anyway it leads my thought to this astonishing piece, wich is the kind of inspiring hints that I like!) The project is founded […]