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abc:standard:v2.1:proposals:transposition:v11 [2014/06/17 09:58]
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abc:standard:v2.1:proposals:transposition:v11 [2014/06/17 10:08]
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   * One mechanism missing from the proposal is allowing provision for clefs which change between a concert pitch score its written pitch counterpart. However, since transposing instruments are always typeset at written pitch (except when ''​I:​concert-score''​ is present), that means we just need something like ''​concert-clef=treble''​ (which would only apply when ''​I:​concert-score''​ is present) to handle this.   * One mechanism missing from the proposal is allowing provision for clefs which change between a concert pitch score its written pitch counterpart. However, since transposing instruments are always typeset at written pitch (except when ''​I:​concert-score''​ is present), that means we just need something like ''​concert-clef=treble''​ (which would only apply when ''​I:​concert-score''​ is present) to handle this.
  
-A recurring question is whether independent ''​shift-score''​ and ''​shift-sound''​ modifiers are actually necessary. I have discussed this separately in [[abc:​standard:​v2.1:​proposals:​transposition:​independent-shift-use-case|the independent shift use case]].+A recurring question is whether independent ''​shift-score''​ and ''​shift-sound''​ modifiers are actually necessary. I have discussed this separately in [[abc:​standard:​v2.1:​proposals:​transposition:​independent-shift-use-case|the independent-shift use-case]].
  
 The other question that has arisen is whether the ''​instrument''​ modifier should be instructive or declarative (i.e. instructing abc software to do something as opposed to declaring some information which the software can act on if another instruction,​ such as "​create a written pitch score",​ is present). The argument for the latter is that the English syntax is declarative (since instrument is a noun rather than a verb). The other question that has arisen is whether the ''​instrument''​ modifier should be instructive or declarative (i.e. instructing abc software to do something as opposed to declaring some information which the software can act on if another instruction,​ such as "​create a written pitch score",​ is present). The argument for the latter is that the English syntax is declarative (since instrument is a noun rather than a verb).
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