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ABC Notation

Introduction from the inventor

Chris Walshaw: http://staffweb.cms.gre.ac.uk/~c.walshaw/

"abc is a language designed to notate tunes in an ascii format. It was designed primarily for folk and traditional tunes of Western European origin (such as English, Irish and Scottish) which can be written on one stave in standard classical notation. However, it is extendible to many other types of music and recently Steve Allen has coded Beethoven's Symphony No. 7, Movement 2 in abc! Since its introduction at the end of 1991 it has become very popular and there now exist several Windows, Mac, Palmtop and UNIX based tools which can read abc notation and either process it into staff notation or play it through the speakers of a computer."

"One of the most important aims of abc notation, and perhaps one that distinguishes it from most, if not all, computer-readable musical languages is that it can be easily read by humans. In other words, with a little practice, it is possible to play a tune directly from the abc notation without having to process and print it out. Even if this isn't of interest, the resulting clarity of the notation makes it fairly easy to notate tunes. In addition, the ability to write music in abc notation means that it can be easily and portably stored or transported electronically hence enabling the discussion and dissemination of music via email."


Leider hat der Erfinder kaum noch Zeit, sich um den ABC Standard zu kümmern. (Markus 12:55, 4. Okt 2005 (CEST))

ABC Standard

http://abc.sourceforge.net/standard

ABC Software

http://abc.sourceforge.net

iABC from Aaron Newman (Northern California): http://abc.sourceforge.net/iabc/ Version 1.0 2005 (funktioniert gut und man sieht sofort was man gemacht hat, jedoch wird nicht alles entsprechend dem Standard umgesetzt und es werden keine PDFs erzeugt. Markus 13:03, 4. Okt 2005 (CEST))

ABCedit http://www.abcedit.tk (soll auch sehr gut sein, ich habe jedoch Probleme damit gehabt (Markus 13:03, 4. Okt 2005 (CEST)))

ABC converter: http://www.concertina.net/tunes_convert.html (absolut genial! (Markus 13:03, 4. Okt 2005 (CEST)))

Eine Knoppix Lösung von Eric Forgeot! http://anamnese.online.fr/unix/unix_esclinux.html [ESCAPE]Linux: http://esclinux.tk (ich habe das noch nicht getestet (Markus 13:09, 4. Okt 2005 (CEST)))

Jef Moine: http://moinejf.free.fr (ABCm2ps)

ABC Sammlungen

NoteEdit

MusiXTeX

MusiXTeX, created by Daniel Taupin, Ross Mitchell, and Andreas Egler, is a set of macros and fonts that enables TeX to typeset music. To use it, at a minimum you must copy the macro and font files to the right directories in your particular TeX file structure, have the binary musixflx available to run, and have a TeX input file containing the proper commands. It's a three pass system: TeX, musixflx, then TeX again.

To simplify inputting instrumental music there is the preprocessor PMX by Don Simons, which creates a TeX input file. For vocal music, there is M-Tx, a preprocessor for PMX by Dirk Laurie. It provides easy access to the functionality of the TeX macro package for lyrics called musixlyr, by Rainer Dunker.

icking-music-archive.org


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