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(LM Version 1.0 20.06.2018 12 Pages) Leadmuse a New Experimental Music Notation Software (Under Construction) Based on a New Simple and Practical Numerical Musical Notation System (NMNS) and a Modular Periodic Bilinear (Musical) Staff (MPBS)

Authors: Andrei Lucian Dragoi

This paper presents “LeadMuse” (LM), a new experimental music notation software (under construction) for rapid writing of music lead sheets (LSs) aka fake sheets (containing notes, chords and lyrics), created by the author in Visual Basic 6 (VB6). LM proposes a new simple and practical numerical (/numbered/integer/cipher) musical notation system (NMNS) (for rapid music lead sheets writing on any desktop or mobile device) and a modular periodic bilinear (musical) staff (MPBS) based on the microtonalist Leo de Vries’ “diatonic twinline” musical staff (proposed in 1986) with cancellation of both musical clefs, alterations signs and keys and unification of both vocal and all instrumental musical notation systems. 4 sample lead sheets edited in LM are also included in this paper. Keywords: LeadMuse (LM), Visual Basic 6 (VB6), numerical (/numbered/integer/cipher) musical notation system (NMNS), music lead sheets, desktop, mobile device, modular periodic bilinear (musical) staff (MPBS), Leo de Vries’ “diatonic twinline” musical staff, cancellation of both musical clefs, alterations signs and keys; unification of both vocal and all instrumental musical notation systems;

Comments: 12 Pages.

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[v1] 2018-06-25 02:14:45

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