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Re: 4-Channel Interrupt-Based Audio (83+SE;84+;84+SE)
« Reply #15 on: July 25, 2013, 11:47:50 pm »
How will sharps/flats be represented? It seems to me that it would be best to use an extra character to specify when note values are hexadecimal, making hexadecimal values always three characters, and then using the third character in letter notation to display sharp/flat when necessary.

Also, notes with octave values attached traditionally have the octave following the note letter and sharp/flat symbol. What do you think about representing notes more like this, then:

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A♯0 $1F G♭3 C3  /16
That looks like a great idea.

TBH, the reason I didn't talk about sharps and flats was because I was too lazy to look up how to type them. I have those characters ready to be placed into the font tables.

The way you have it set up, tho, looks a bit better than what I had on paper (oct, letter, sharp/flat). I'll probably do it that way
« Last Edit: July 25, 2013, 11:48:26 pm by Iambian »
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