Hi Larry! I’ve got a few measures of music (in common time) in which the quarter notes have 16th-note repetition indications, but with a 6 over each note (indicating 6 sixteenth-notes instead of the usual 4, of course.) Is there a concise way of showing this in conjunction with the repetition indicator, or should I braille out the 16th notes with the irregular grouping indicator? Thanks! Kathleen
There is nothing about this question in the code, but I cannot think of any good reason not to use the irregular-group indication before the note and the fractioning sign after it. I think the meaning is perfectly clear.
If anybody thinks otherwise, they are most welcome to post their thoughts here. Cheers. Larry