GUIDO music notation is an actively used text data format created in 1998. GUIDO Music Notation is a computer music notation format designed to logically represent all aspects of music in a manner that is both computer-readable and easily readable by human beings. It was named after Guido of Arezzo, who pioneered today's conventional musical notation 1,000 years ago. GUIDO was first designed by Holger H. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the GUIDO music notation wikipedia page
- GUIDO music notation first appeared in 1998
- GUIDO music notation was created by Holger H. Hoos and Keith Hamel
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Example code from the web:
[ \clef<"treble"> \key<"D"> \meter<"4/4"> a1*1/2 b a/4. g/8 f#/4 g a/2 b a/4. g/8 f#/4 g a/2 a b c#2/4 d c#/2 b1 a/1 ]
Last updated August 9th, 2020