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From: "joneric_wennerst...@yahool.com" <joneric.wennerst...@gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: position vs note
Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2007 09:42:48 -0700
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Thanks very much brad.
I was wondering if it were possible, to ask you a question or two
about the power tab 1.70 file format.
They are very detailed questions, for instance, about serializing
I've converted your power tab parser from c++ to java, and now I'm
starting to debug my code.
There seems however, to be "extra" bytes in actual .ptb files that I
haven't accounted for and can't figure out :-)
If you're agreeable to it, would it be better to e-mail directly,
rather than clutter the forums with my questions, or would you rather
just use the forums?
On Jun 17, 7:02 pm, Dummy <dummy...@power-tab.net> wrote:
> A note is an individual note.
> A position is a group of notes, or a rest in a voice/melody.
> A tremolo bar symbol is applied to the position. (effects all the
> notes in the group)
> A bend/slide symbol is applied to only a single note in the group.
> On Jun 17, 5:54 pm, "joneric_wennerst...@yahool.com"<joneric.wennerst...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I've been looking at the power tab parser c++ code and have a few
> > questions.
> > 1. What does a position represent, and how is it different from a
> > note?
> > 2. I don't understand why position has its own set of simple flags and
> > complex types, and note has its own different
> > set. Does position represent a chord or rest, whereas a note is
> > simply a single note?