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  • March 28, 2010

Melody and Harmony in JFugue Music NotePad

Geertjan Wielenga
Product Manager
Thanks to the injection of the domain object into actions (an approach discussed in this blog yesterday), it is now possible to play multiple scores simultaneously in the JFugue Music NotePad (see the menu items 'Melody' and 'Harmony' on the root node in the brand new viewer component below):

Pretty cool. Now, either all the sheets are played consecutively (melody) or simultaneously (harmony). (Plus, as before, they can be played individually too.) And all thanks to the injection of the Score object, which I separated out into a separate module that now contains all the business objects in the application.

Thanks Troy for laughing at my melody-only approach, which inspired me to work on the harmony support, which is pretty easy thanks to JFugue API!

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Comments ( 3 )
  • adam Monday, March 29, 2010

    Thats great! Nice to see you still working on this. Does that mean you will be updating the repository at "https://nbjfuguesupport.dev.java.net/" or is there some where else I can get at the latest sources?


  • karbon Monday, March 29, 2010

    the next cubase will be built on netbeans platform! :) very nice job, well done!


  • guest Tuesday, June 28, 2011

    This program sounds nice. I'm creating similar one. I'm thinking about cooparation. This topic comes from about a year ago. Are you still doing that? See http://www.cdefgabc.com and if you are interested in any cooparation, write me please! Thanks ahead ;)


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