Music::Duration - Add 32nd, 64th, 128th and tuplet durations to MIDI-Perl
# Compare: # perl -MMIDI::Simple -MData::Dumper -e'$Data::Dumper::Sortkeys=1; print Dumper \%MIDI::Simple::Length' # perl -MMusic::Duration -MData::Dumper -e'$Data::Dumper::Sortkeys=1; print Dumper \%MIDI::Simple::Length' # In a program: use MIDI::Simple; use Music::Duration; Music::Duration::tuplet( 'ten', 'z', 5 ); # 5 divisions in place of an eighth note triplet my $black_page = MIDI::Simple->new_score(); # ... $black_page->n( 'zten', 'n38' ) for 1 .. 5;
This module adds 32nd, 64th, and 128th note divisions to MIDI::Simple
%Length. It also adds fractional note divisions with the tuplet() function.
32nd durations added:
yn: thirty-second note dyn: dotted thirty-second note ddyn: double dotted thirty-second note tyn: thirty-second note triplet
64th durations added:
xn: sixty-fourth note dxn: dotted sixty-fourth note ddxn: double dotted sixty-fourth note txn: sixty-fourth note triplet
128th durations added:
on: 128th note don: dotted 128th note ddon: double dotted 128th note ton: 128th note triplet
Music::Duration::tuplet( 'qn', 'z', 5 ); # $score->n( 'zqn', ... ); Music::Duration::tuplet( 'wn', 'z', 7 ); # $score->n( 'zwn', ... );
Add a fractional division to the MIDI::Simple
Length hash for a given name and duration.
Musically, this creates a series of notes in place of the given duration.
A triplet is a 3-tuplet.
So in the first example, instead of a quarter note, we instead play 5 beats - a 5-tuple. In the second, instead of a whole note (of four beats), we instead play 7 beats.
Synonym for the tuplet function.
%Length hash in MIDI::Simple
The code in the eg/ and t/ directories
Gene Boggs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2019 by Gene Boggs.
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