I just changed the title of the original post.
This may have been discussed somewhere previously.
I've encountered a piece of music where one staff is set in 4-4 and another one is in 12-8 within the same system. It is possible to "fake" this by setting the system in 4-4 and doing the 12-8 staff using triplets. But, then, all the little tuple numbers clutter up the score. If the notes (eighths and smaller) are beamed you can hide the tuple number, but you cannot hide them if they are not beamed or are quarters and larger. Here is an example.
Here is the Encore result with both beamed and unbeamed tuples.
It would be useful, at least in a few cases, to be able to superimpose different time signatures in the same measure. Is this possible?
There is a different issue here, involving the ability to hid ALL tuple numbers. I'll address that in a separate post.
Last edited by commnthings
on Thu Sep 23, 2010 4:31 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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