On 08/04/11 05:28, NoOp wrote:
You may have already explored this, but can you use oolilypond?
No, I didn't. I looked at it but the big snag is that you must translate
first to Lilypond format.The music I write is much too cumbersome for
writing directly in Lilypond format (I write arrangements for 2 piano's
and big bands) and in my book there will be many examples.
However, I can try the route: Finale (Windows) -> .mxml -> Musescore
(Linux notation program that reads .mxml and can give Lilypond output)
-> Lilypond output -> oolilypond in libreoffice.
I need to use Finale as the Linux programs don't have the opportunities
I need to write efficiently.
However, it's - as usual - a very good suggestion and I sure will
explore it. Maybe someone will make a oomxml plugin!
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