[scribus] New group member.
tornoci.laszlo at med.semmelweis-univ.hu
Tue Jul 15 15:04:34 UTC 2014
On 07/15/2014 03:53 PM, john Culleton wrote:
> On Tue, 15 Jul 2014 13:36:29 +0200
> "Jean-Paul Gendner" <jean-paul.gendner at orange.fr>
>> Hello Wena,
>> I was out a few days.
>> I am interested by music. Is there an
>> easy way to create music sheets? Or what did
>> you realized for music?
> My best tool for creating music is Mup, a
> shareware program that only cost me less than
> $30 a decade or more ago. Now it is free for
> the usual platforms. Once you get it you get
> updates in perpetuity, including an updated 160
> page plus manual. The program produces both
> Postscript output and midi output. You an
> intesperse notes among the bars of music. the
> handling of grace notes, multiple staffs, key
> changes, lyrics etc. is top drawer.
> The mailing list for Mup is at:
> mup-users at arkkra.com
> For the software itself please visit:
> The current version is 6.2.
The good news is, that using the so called "Render frames" you can
actually insert music sheets in your scribus document. When you define a
render frame scribus calls an external program to render the image that
goes into a frame in your scribus document. According to the wiki page:
Scribus comes with support for "Lilypond" (a free music sheet program I
played a bit with and found quite good). However, you can probably use
other programs, including the one John suggested.
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