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By mars2000you

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18-08-2018, 14:07

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By mars2000you

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18-08-2018, 14:06

We still need the opinion of MSX music experts such as Wolf and John Hassink, because "Pure Rhythm" and "Perfect Rhythm" were used in European docs.

What is the most significative expression for them?

"Pure Rhythm" or "Just Intonation"?

"Perfect Rhythm" or "Equal Temperament"?

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18-08-2018, 14:14

@NYYRIKKI : Your 'Music MML Table' section makes duplicate with the detailed "MML Instructions" section of the PLAY Wiki page. I've integrated all missing elements in this section.

@gdx: the MML elements need to be on the PLAY page, not on the CALL PLAY page.

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18-08-2018, 14:36

mars2000you wrote:

@gdx: the MML elements need to be on the PLAY page, not on the CALL PLAY page.

MML for CALL PLAY is not exactly the same. That's what I thought when I compared the two. Is not it?

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18-08-2018, 14:37

CALL PLAY does not take or return MML as parameter, so I moved the table to PLAY instead... If all is already integrated, the table can be removed.

By gdx

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18-08-2018, 17:45

About CALL VOICE, MSX Datapack says clearly that the parameter can be a array variable or a voice number preceded by @. Why have you removed this?

http://ngs.no.coocan.jp/doc/wiki.cgi/datapack?page=3%2E2+MSX...

By mars2000you

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18-08-2018, 17:57

I will fix that, I was searching for an example. Some docs are very confusing.

By gdx

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19-08-2018, 06:21

Syntax description of VOICE COPY was better before because now it suggests that we can only use variable array or Voice number but not a mix.

By mars2000you

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19-08-2018, 06:28

And now it's better with this addition:

"A mix of both syntaxes is also possible, so it means that you can use @voice for some channels, an array for other channels. However, there are limitations with MSX-MUSIC."

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