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Stephane Boussuge

simple-score (quick score template)

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Hi, 

 

you will find attached a function which help when you need a quick score template when drafting an example.

The video show's how to use it:

Put the function into your Opusmodus/Extensions folder.

Don't forget to modify the function a bit and replace the composer name and the copyright name by your own name 🙂

 

SB.

 

simple-score.lisp

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