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Tripled triplets

Jannik Jeppesen
Hi
 
Is it possible to create this:
 
three 16. note triplets
 
\time 2/3 { hh hh hh}16
\time 2/3 { hh hh hh}16
\time 2/3 { hh hh hh}16
 
How do i triple these? So they will be within 2/4???
 
\time 2/3 {
  \time 2/3 { hh hh hh}16
  \time 2/3 { hh hh hh}16
  \time 2/3 { hh hh hh}16
}
 
This was my only idea.
Is there a solution to my problem?
 
Jannik
 
 

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Re: Tripled triplets

Trevor Bača-2
On 11/9/05, Jannik Jeppesen <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Hi
>
> Is it possible to create this:
>
> three 16. note triplets
>
> \time 2/3 { hh hh hh}16
> \time 2/3 { hh hh hh}16
> \time 2/3 { hh hh hh}16
>
> How do i triple these? So they will be within 2/4???
>
> \time 2/3 {
>   \time 2/3 { hh hh hh}16
>   \time 2/3 { hh hh hh}16
>   \time 2/3 { hh hh hh}16
> }
>
> This was my only idea.
> Is there a solution to my problem?
Try:

\times 2/3 {
   \times 2/3 {
      c'16
      c'16
      c'16
   }
   \times 2/3 {
      c'16
      c'16
      c'16
   }
   \times 2/3 {
      c'16
      c'16
      c'16
   }
}

Which take the space of one measure in 2/8. Maybe for 2/4 you would prefer:

\times 2/3 {
   \times 2/3 {
      c'8
      c'8
      c'8
   }
   \times 2/3 {
      c'8
      c'8
      c'8
   }
   \times 2/3 {
      c'8
      c'8
      c'8
   }
}

Note that, with an s,

   \times q/p {  }

gives you prolation but that, without an s,

   \time m/n

gives you a time signature.




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