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Crescendo and decrescendo marks

The "<" and ">" statements are used to specify crescendo and decrescendo marks respectively. Each mark must include a begintime and duration. The begintime and duration can include a grace back up specification, to make the mark begin or end on a grace note. Some examples:

1-2: c;d;e;f;
< below 1: 1 til 2; 3 til 4.5;
3: 2c;g;
> between 2&3: 1.7 til 2m + 1;
bar
1-2: d;e;2g;
3: 2d;a;
< 2,3: 2 til 3.8;
bar
1-2: e;g;2c;
3: 2.e;4c;
endbar

Picture of Mup output

The placement of crescendo and decrescendo marks can be controlled by setting the dyndist parameter.


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