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abc:standard:v2.1:proposals:transposition:v3 [2012/01/20 17:43]
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abc:standard:v2.1:proposals:transposition:v3 [2012/01/20 17:46]
cwalshaw
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 // TODO: // Decide a sensible rule for combining enharmonic indicators - e.g. what happens if you combine ''​shift-score=6#''​ with ''​shift-score=11b''?​ // TODO: // Decide a sensible rule for combining enharmonic indicators - e.g. what happens if you combine ''​shift-score=6#''​ with ''​shift-score=11b''?​
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-=== 4.6.4 Shift directives === +== Extracting a score in sounding ​/ concert pitch ==
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-== Shift to-sounding ==+
  
 When included in the tune header (or even the file header) the ''​I:​shift to-sounding''​ directive can be used to typeset a complete score (or even all the scores in a file) at //sounding pitch//. To accomplish this it effectively ignores all of the ''​shift-score''​ modifiers and treats all of the ''​shift-sound''​ modifiers as if they were ''​shift-both''​. When included in the tune header (or even the file header) the ''​I:​shift to-sounding''​ directive can be used to typeset a complete score (or even all the scores in a file) at //sounding pitch//. To accomplish this it effectively ignores all of the ''​shift-score''​ modifiers and treats all of the ''​shift-sound''​ modifiers as if they were ''​shift-both''​.
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