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Request to make multifiles of your songs
Topic Started: Dec 17 2010, 09:22 AM (1,181 Views)
Macalaure
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Since I am only saving one file per song now in my music folder, I take the songs of others, put them together and create one file for them. I use a popular format to put them together. These are for keeping things easier to locate in my music system since I have thousands of files. It was suggested that I ask the musicians who do not use or publish the "one-file-for-all-song-parts-system" if I can have permission to create the one file and post it for others to use. Please post below this post if you will allow me to create one file for all your instrument parts and add it to your song post. If you want to learn how to do this yourself or want to learn how to use the one file system, I would be happy to help you. Thanks!

--- THIS is the format I use ---

% Name of the Transcriber and any notes made by the transcriber (This is taken out of the header of each song and put here)
% Name of the song writer and performer and other notes
% Any information that is particular to the song

T: 1 (Drum track - up to 10)
T: 11 (Lute track - up to 20)
T: 21 (Harp track - up to 30)
T: 31 (Bass track - up to 40)
T: 41 (Bagpipes track - up to 50)
T: 51 (Flute track - up to 60)
T: 61 (Horn track - up to 70)
T: 71 (Clarinet track - up to 80)
T: 81 Cowbell track


--- Example ---

% Transcribed by Makalaure of Landroval
% Medieval, writer unknown, 4 part
% Clarinet transposed -12


X: 11
T: Yuletide Eve - Lute (2:07)
L: 1/4
Q: 120
K: C

d3/4 z/8 a3/8 g3/8 z/8 a3/4 z/8 g3/8 f3/8 g7/8 f3/8 z/8 e3/8 e3/8 z/8
f3/8 g3/8 a/2 d3/4 z/8 a3/8 g3/8 z/8 a3/4 g/2 f3/8 g3/4 z/8 f3/8 z/8
e3/8 e3/8 f/2 g3/8 a3/8 z/8 d3/4 z/8 c'3/8 ^a3/8 c'7/8 ^a3/8 z/8
=a3/8 ^a3/4 z/8 =a3/8 g/2 g3/4 z/8 f19/8 z/8 e3/4 z/8 d3/4 z/8 f3/4
z/8 f3/8 e3/8 z/8 d3/4 z/8 ^c3/4 z16 z16 z13/2 d3/4 a/2 g3/8 a7/8
g3/8 z/8 f3/8 g3/4 z/8 f3/8 e3/8 z/8 e3/8 f3/8 z/8 g3/8 a3/8 d7/8
a3/8 z/8 g3/8 a3/4 z/8 g3/8 f/2 g3/4 z/8 f3/8 e3/8 z/8 e3/8 f3/8 g/2
a3/8 d7/8 c'3/8 z/8 ^a3/8 c'3/4 z/8 ^a3/8 =a3/8 z/8 ^a3/4 z/8 =a3/8
g3/8 g7/8 f5/2 z/8 e3/4 z/8 d3/4 z/8 f3/4 f/2 e3/8 d7/8 ^c3/4 z16 z16
z16 z39/4 d3/4 z/8 a3/8 g3/8 z/8 a3/4 g/2 f3/8 g3/4 z/8 f3/8 z/8 e3/8
e3/8 f/2 g3/8 a3/8 z/8 d3/4 z/8 a3/8 g3/8 a7/8 g3/8 z/8 f3/8 g3/4 z/8
f3/8 e/2 e3/8 f3/8 z/8 g3/8 a3/8 z/8 d3/4 c'/2 ^a3/8 c'3/4 z/8 ^a3/8
z/8 =a3/8 ^a3/4 z/8 =a3/8 g3/8 z/8 g3/4 z/8 f19/8 z/8 e3/4 z/8 d3/4
z/8 f3/4 z/8 f3/8 e3/8 z/8 d3/4 ^c7/8 d13/8 z/8 a3/2 z/4 a3/2 z/8
g7/8 f3/4 z/8 g13/8 z/8 f3/4 z/8 e3/4 z/8 f3/2 z/8 e13/8 z/8 d3/2 z/4
a3/2 z/8 a13/8 z/8 g3/4 z/8 f3/4 z/8 g3/2 z/4 f3/4 e7/8 f13/8 z/8
e3/2 z/4 d3/2 z/8 a13/8 z/8 a13/8 z/8 g3/4 z/8 f3/4 z/8 a3/2 z/8 g3/4
z/8 f3/4 z/8 g3/2 z/4 f3/4 z/8 e3/4 f13/8 z/8 e13/8 z/8 e13/2 z3/8
^c3 z3/8 d65/8 z/8 d5/8 e5/8 f5/4 z/8 g5/8 f3/4 e19/8 z/4 B5/4 z/8
=c9/8 z/8 d4


X: 41
T: Yuletide Eve - Bagpipes (2:07)
L: 1/4
Q: 120
K: C

z16 z91/8 [a9/4D75/8] z/4 c'17/8 z/4 b z/8 a9/8 z/8 g17/8 z/4
[a9/4D75/8] z/8 c'9/4 z/4 b z/8 a9/8 z/8 g17/8 z/4 [a17/8D37/8] z/4
c'9/4 z/8 [b9/8A,9/4] z/8 a9/8 z/8 [g17/8G,17/8] z/4 [e27/8A,9/2] z/4
d3/4 z/8 e/4 [e9/4A,37/8] z/8 e9/4 z16 z93/8 [a9/8D17/8] z/8 g/2 a5/8
[b9/4E9/4] z/8 [a9/8^F9/4] z/8 g/2 z/8 a/2 z/8 [b17/8E17/8] z/4
[a9/8D17/8] g5/8 a5/8 [b9/8G17/8] z/8 a/2 b5/8 [c'9/8A9/4] z/8 d/2
z/8 c'/2 [b9/4B9/4] z/4 [a17/8D75/8] z/4 c'17/8 z/4 b9/8 z/8 a z/8
g9/4 z/8 [a9/4D75/8] z/4 c'17/8 z/4 b9/8 a9/8 z/8 g17/8 z/4
[a9/4D37/8] z/8 c'9/4 z/4 [bA,17/8] z/8 a9/8 z/8 [g17/8G,17/8] z/4
[e27/8A,37/8] z/4 d3/4 z/8 e/4 [e9/4A,37/8] z/4 e17/8 z16 z93/8 D13/2
z3/8 D13/2 z3/8 D13/2 z3/8 D13/2 z3/8 D13/2 z3/8 D13/2 z/4 D107/8
z3/8 D13/2 z3/8 d5/4 z/8 d5/8 e5/8 f5/4 z/8 g5/8 f3/4 e19/8 z/4 b5/4
z/8 c'9/8 z/8 d4


X: 61
T: Yuletide Eve - Horn (2:07)
L: 1/4
Q: 120
K: C

z16 z91/8 d9/8 z/8 d5/8 e5/8 f z/8 g5/8 f5/8 e17/8 z/4 B9/8 z/8 c z/8
d9/8 z/8 d5/8 e/2 f9/8 z/8 g5/8 f5/8 e17/8 z/4 B z/8 c9/8 z/8 d9/8
z/8 d/2 e5/8 f9/8 z/8 g5/8 f/2 e9/4 z/4 B z/8 c9/8 z/8 A27/8 z/4 A
z/8 A37/8 z16 z93/8 d17/8 z/4 e9/4 z/8 d9/4 z/4 e17/8 z/4 d17/8 z/4
d17/8 z/4 e9/4 z/8 ^d9/4 z/4 =d z/8 d5/8 e5/8 f9/8 g5/8 f5/8 e17/8
z/4 B9/8 z/8 c9/8 d9/8 z/8 d5/8 e5/8 f z/8 g5/8 f5/8 e17/8 z/4 B9/8
z/8 c z/8 d9/8 z/8 d5/8 e/2 f9/8 z/8 g5/8 f5/8 e17/8 z/4 B9/8 c9/8
z/8 A27/8 z/4 A9/8 A37/8 z16 z16 z75/8 d13/2 z3/8 d13/2 z3/8 d3 z3/8
c25/8 z3/8 ^A3 z3/8 =A25/8 z/4 ^G25/8 z3/8 A25/8 z/4 ^A25/8 z3/8
=A79/8 z3/8 a19/8 z/4 c'5/2 z/4 b9/8 z/8 a5/4 z/8 g19/8 z/4 a4


X: 71
T: Yuletide Eve - Clarinet (2:07)
L: 1/4
Q: 120
K: C

[d13/4z7/4] a3/2 z/8 [c13/8g13/8] z/8 [A13/8e13/8] z/8 [d13/4z7/4]
a3/2 z/8 [c13/8g13/8] z/8 [A3/2e3/2] z/4 d3/2 z/8 [c'13/8f13/8] z/8
[g13/8^a13/8] z/8 [f3/2=a3/2] z/4 [e13/4^g13/4] z/8 [^A3/2^g3/2] z/4
[=A3/2a3/2] z16 z16 z53/8 [d13/4z13/8] a13/8 z/8 [c3/2=g3/2] z/4
[A3/2e3/2] z/8 [d27/8z7/4] a13/8 z/8 [c3/2g3/2] z/4 [A3/2e3/2] z/8
d13/8 z/8 [c'3/2f3/2] z/4 [g3/2^a3/2] z/8 [f13/8=a13/8] z/8
[e13/4^g13/4] z/4 [^A3/2^g3/2] z/8 [=A13/8a13/8] z16 z16 z16 z39/4
[d13/4z7/4] a3/2 z/8 [c13/8=g13/8] z/8 [A3/2e3/2] z/4 [d13/4z13/8]
a13/8 z/8 [c13/8g13/8] z/8 [A3/2e3/2] z/4 d3/2 z/8 [c'13/8f13/8] z/8
[g3/2^a3/2] z/4 [f3/2=a3/2] z/8 [e27/8^g27/8] z/8 [^A3/2^g3/2] z/4
[=A3/2a3/2] z/8 d25/8 z3/8 c3 z3/8 ^A25/8 z3/8 =A3 z3/8 G25/8 z/4
F25/8 z3/8 E25/8 z/4 A25/8 z3/8 [d13/2z27/8] c25/8 z3/8 [d13/2^A3]
z3/8 =A25/8 z/4 [d107/8^G25/8] z3/8 A25/8 z/4 ^A25/8 z3/8
[=A79/8z27/8] d13/2 z3/8 a19/8 z/4 c'5/2 z/4 [b9/8d5] z/8 a5/4 z/8
=g19/8 z/4 a4

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Thanks again,
~Maka
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Falibrand

I'll see if Vydor can post an app he created--let's you drag the single parts into a window and then re-order and index them, and ultimately export them as a multifile. It's pretty spiffy!
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Tirigifu
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You have permission to make multifiles of any of mine you want.
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Theudebert
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Sure, go ahead. I make my own sometimes, but not until I'm done with them in full testing. Any I don't make myself, though, feel free.
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Belladani
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Falibrand
Dec 17 2010, 12:06 PM
I'll see if Vydor can post an app he created--let's you drag the single parts into a window and then re-order and index them, and ultimately export them as a multifile. It's pretty spiffy!
Did this app ever get posted? I looked through the programs section above this one and couldn't find it (maybe I missed it?).

Currently the two songs I did and posted are split into parts, but I'd like to make them into a single multi-part file.
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