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  PlanetMath: ordered tuplet
Especially with the second interpretation, one sees that a synonym for "ordered tuplet" is "finite sequence" or "list".
For instance, a quintuplet can also be regarded as a sequence of five items or a list of five items.
This is version 13 of ordered tuplet, born on 2005-01-04, modified 2006-12-23.
planetmath.org /encyclopedia/Sextuplet.html   (169 words)

  Tuplet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In music a tuplet is a note value whose relationship with the next larger note value is more or less than (not equal to) half as long as the next higher note value, usually indicated with a horizontal (or nearly horizontal) bracket with a number.
If the notes of the tuplet are beamed together, the bracket may be omitted and the number written above the beam, as shown in the second illustration.
Tuplets can produce irrational rhythms or may be used as polyrhythms when played against the regular duration.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tuplet   (426 words)

 Tuplet Mover -- Documentation
Tuplets over are those where the tuplet is above the notes, and tuplets under are those where the tuplet is below the notes.
A tuplet is considered to end with a long note value if the last entry in the tuplet has a longer symbolic value than the underlying symbolic value of a tuplet.
Examples include when the tuplet begins or ends with a rest, and when the stem direction at the end of the tuplet is different than that at the beginning.
robertgpatterson.com /-fininfo/-tuplmove/tuplmove.html   (2493 words)

 Tuplet Explanations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
When the sum of the tuplet durations exceeds two times the sum of the regular note durations, the tuplet durations must be halved.
You change the tuplet quarters to tuplet eighths, resulting in 13 eighth notes against 6 regular eighths, a ratio of 13:6.
So you change the tuplet eighths to tuplet sixteenths, resulting in a ratio of 13:12 ­ thirteen sixteenth note tuplets in the time of twelve regular sixteenths.
theory.music.ubc.ca /courses/100/HelpUserfiles/HelpFilesMac/Tutorials/Tuplets.html   (440 words)

 John Greschak - Finale Suggestion 596: An Option to Break Secondary Beams within a Tuplet at Sub-beat Groups
IWBNI it were possible to specify that the secondary beams of a given tuplet should be broken automatically to form a secondary beam group for each sub-beat group of the tuplet.
Here, the terms sub-beat of a tuplet and sub-beat group of a tuplet are extensions of the terms beat and beat group that are used to describe time signatures.
For example, a tuplet of 6 sixteenths in the time of 4 sixteenths may be partitioned into two sub-beat groups of 3 sub-beats each.
www.greschak.com /notation/finale/iwbni/fs596.htm   (659 words)

A tuplet is a group of notes evenly condensed or expanded over a specific duration of time.
A tuplet can be any number of notes of any duration, grouped by a sign, to indicate that it should be played within a measured amount of time as it would normally be indicated by another group of note values.
A slurred tuplet identifies a group of notes to be played legato.
www.treblis.com /Notation/Tuplet.html   (426 words)

 Timing Representation
The tuplet transformation ratio is in the form of 4 integers: a, b, c, and d, where a b-type notes occur in the time of c d-type notes.
In conventional usage of tuplets, b and d will be the same, but many musicians use tuplets in an "unconventional" way, and may choose to represent a tuplet as, for example, three half notes in the time of four quarter notes (a, b, c, d = 3, 2, 4, 4).
A tuplet is normally a multi-node symbol, represented by a series of Tuplet node chunks, each one associated with one Stem chunk.
neume.sourceforge.net /niff/chap1/node6.html   (2171 words)

 Introduction of notes and rests (5)
Tuplet is a term used to indicate any irregular group of notes such as 5 notes instead of 4, 15 instead of 16, etc. Here are some examples:
The characteristics of the last tuplet was memorized and taken again for the next tuplet.
When you call the tuplet definition dialog box at the same moment you place it on the score (with the control key), the style you select (curve or bracket, 3 instead of 2, etc.) becomes the current style.
www.arpegemusic.com /manual/EN270.htm   (1068 words)

 John Greschak - Finale Suggestion 295: Default Tuplet Extensions for Various Configurations
IWBNI it were possible to specify default left and right tuplet extensions as a function of the type of object (e.g.
The size of the possible extensions that might be used for a given type of note or rest could be specified by four numbers.
Bottom Left Number: The left extension of tuplet brackets that are placed below the note group when the first note in the group is an up-stemmed quarter note.
www.greschak.com /notation/finale/iwbni/fs295.htm   (530 words)

 Nightingale Music Notation Software for Macintosh Documentation links
Each tuplet group is represented by a single "Tuplet" record, which must be inserted into the Notelist at some point before the first note or rest in the group.
For tuplets, the Notelist format merely records that a note forms part of a tuplet group; the parsing program must infer the structure of the tuplet from the timing data and the logical ("as notated") durations of its members.
A. Tuplet Numerator [num=] The numerator of the tuplet ratio.
www.ngale.com /NoteList.html   (4327 words)

 Tuplets   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Tuplets are specified by giving a list of chords within curly braces.
If none of those modifiers are are specified, the number will always be printed, but the bracket will be omitted in cases where all the notes in the tuplet are beamed together and the beam does not include any notes not in the tuplet.
Occasionally in music, as a shorthand, a single note or chord is printed with a tuplet number to indicate the note or chord is to be repeated several times as a tuplet.
www.arkkra.com /doc/uguide/tuplets.html   (427 words)

 Tuplets - GNU LilyPond   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Tuplets are made out of a music expression by multiplying all durations with a fraction
The most common tuplet is the triplet in which 3 notes have the length of 2, so the notes are 2/3 of their written length
In this case, outer tuplet brackets should be moved manually, which is demonstrated in
sca.uwaterloo.ca /lilypond/lilypond.org/doc/v2.5/Documentation/user/out-www/lilypond/Tuplets   (154 words)

 possible tuplet spanner improvement   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Since tuplet lines are far thinner than beams, the standard % quantization algorithm for vertical start and end positions gives % bad results if the slope of the spanner is small.
I suggest to % increase the angle threshold at which tuplet spanners have a non-zero % slope, provided that at least one end point would be located within a % staff.
I further suggest to move tuplet spanners out of the staff lines by % default (up to a certain vertical threshold) to make them better % readable.
lists.gnu.org /archive/html/lilypond-devel/2004-01/msg00096.html   (143 words)

 Tuplet - Definitions from Dictionary.com
Did you mean Duplet (in dictionary) or Tuplet (in encyclopedia)?
Would you like to search the encyclopedias, or search the Web for Tuplet?
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dictionary.reference.com /browse/Tuplet   (42 words)

 Modify Tuplets menu
The Show / Hide Ratio menu item is used to show the tuplet ratio if it is not visible and to hide it if it is. The tuplet ratio is used to show the number of notes that the tuplet group should be played in.
The Straighten Tuplets menu item is used to reset the angle of the tuplet bracket so that it is parallel to the beam.
The Flip Tuplet Direction menu item shifts the position of the tuplet so that it is above the note group if it was below, or below the note group if it was above.
debussy.music.ubc.ca /Helpfiles/OSX/Help/pages/ModifyTupletsMenu.html   (644 words)

 Lesson 19- Triplets, and Other "Tuplets"
That being the case, this lesson is designed to give the music student a set of guidelines for writing tuplets that will work in most situations.
What makes it "odd" (a tuplet) is that there are five sixteenths where you'd expect to find four.
What makes the pair of eighths a tuplet is that there are two notes where you'd expect to find three.
www.musictheory.halifax.ns.ca /19triplets.html   (933 words)

 Re: [Finale] Tuplet Question
As for the top version, I'm always torn as to whether the tuplet brackets should go inside or outside the slurs.
But if all six notes were slurred, it would look odd to me to have the tuplet brackets outside the slurs.
Not to mention that on extremely long slurs, putting *all* of the tuplet brackets outside the slurs would look ridiculous -- the brackets would be so far from the notes that it would be almost impossible to read.
www.mail-archive.com /finale@mail.shsu.edu/msg13090.html   (246 words)

If you do this tuplet thing that I just described, there are now probably 44 edit blocks over the first three beats.
After you've entered your quintuplet starting on the third beat of the 11-tuplet, you could then decide you wanted to have a septuplet that began on the second beat of the quintuplet inside of the 11-tuplet.
For some of the kinds of rhythms I type in, my G Page tuplets look like beat 1, beat 1.07, beat 1.14 - in other words, this whole series of notes is going to be 70 milliseconds apart.
www.zentao.com /NonFoods/Interviews/sin.htm   (2705 words)

 Re: [Finale] tuplet rithm
>but i can't define a tuplet in the score.
If you were want the first note of an otherwise eighth note tuplet to be
dotted eighth, and e is an eighth), you have to declare the tuplet (with
www.opensubscriber.com /message/finale@shsu.edu/1565043.html   (195 words)

 Tuplet Tool   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
You can use it to describe the visual appearance of the tuplet (whether or not it has a bracket, for example) as well as its rhythmic definition (how many quarter notes in the space of a half note, for example).
If the first note in the tuplet group is a chord, the numbers in the Offset text boxes are usually measured from the top note: this option will use the bottom note instead.
Your predefined tuplet will affect the note you clicked (and subsequent notes) into the tuplet grouping you predefined.
www.sfu.ca /sca/Manuals/Finale/tools/Tuplet.html   (539 words)

 MusicXML 1.1 Note DTD Module
The bracket attribute is used to indicate the presence of a bracket.
The line-shape attribute is used to specify whether the bracket is straight or in the older curved or slurred style.
Whereas a time-modification element shows how the cumulative, sounding effect of tuplets compare to the written note type, the tuplet element describes how this is displayed.
www.recordare.com /dtds/note.html   (3342 words)

 [jmsl] JMSL/JSyn Score Demo
It helps to grok this when you see that 5 tuplet, 6 tuplet, and 7 tuplet all feel similar, but when you get to 8 something weird happens.
Sketch out something like: tuplet groups (3 4) (5 6 7 8) (9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16) corresponding duration groups (0.5) (1.0) (2.0) Here's the source from Note class: /** Calculate duration of n-tuplet, given n and its non-tuplet duration.
That gives the total duration the tuplet is to occupy.
www.music.columbia.edu /pipermail/jmsl/2000-July/000075.html   (802 words)

 Finale Forum :: View topic - Tuplet problems with Speed entry (without midi keyboard)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
I know this is not exactly the answer you are looking for, but maybe using some elements of this procedure will help you to find the "without midi keyboard" solution.
It seems that the FIRST note of a tuplet contains the data about the tuplet (value and how many subsequent notes are part of the tuplet); that's the reason why when you delete it the remaining notes become regular ones...
...enter as first note of the triplet a note that is the basic note value of the tuplet (in your example you should enter 3 eight notes), then come back to the SECOND entry, delete it and replace the first entry with a quarter note.
www.finaleforum.com /forums/viewtopic.php?t=61   (1167 words)

 Finale Helpsheet No. 3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Enter the notes first, select the tuplet tool (triplet w/ 8th notes), click on the first note of the group.
Work through the resulting dialogue box to specify whether to print the tuplet number, whether to use brackets, etc.
They will automatically be grouped as a tuplet.
music.acu.edu /www/reid/class/finale/finale3.html   (435 words)

 Actors revisited
The nested template class result should have a typedef 'type' that reflects the return type of its member function eval.
It is basically a type computer that answers the question "given arguments packed into a TupleT type, what will be the result type of the eval member function of ActorT?".
There is a global template class actor_result declared in namespace phoenix scope that queries the actor's result type given a tuple.
www.boost.org /libs/spirit/phoenix/doc/actors_revisited.html   (642 words)

 The Tuplet/Triplet Tool   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Select the tuplet/triplet tool from the main tool palette, now click on the first note in the group of notes which you wish to make into a tuplet or triplet.
A new dialogue box will appear called "Tuplet Definition," this box will allow you to tell finale whether you want a tuplet or triplet and how you want it to look.
In cases where you have multiple triplets in a measure it is my suggestion to go ahead and enter in as much music as possible before using the tuplet/triplet tool, this will save you time in the long run.
www.music.ecu.edu /Courses/finale_98/triplettool.html   (118 words)

 Advanced Features
LilyPond treats tuplets as fractions with the top (numerator) signifying the amount of notes normally displayed and the denominator the amount of notes to be displayed instead.
The tuplet boundary markers Times 2/3 and Tuplet End appear at the top of the staff.
Enter the pitches and durations of the tuplet using the pitch names (a, b, c, d, etc.) and the duration names (yuio space).
denemo.sourceforge.net /ar01s11.html   (554 words)

 Re: [Finale] Tuplet Question
My practice is to favour the bracket being closer to the noteheads, but not in all cases.
One page has many > bracketed tuplets on it that have slurs that fall on the same side as > the tuplet bracket sits.
I'm unsure where the slurs should be in > relation to the tuplet brackets.
www.mail-archive.com /finale@mail.shsu.edu/msg13122.html   (265 words)

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