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Music Notation Application

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C++ Music Notation Application For Windows

Project Description:

I need a developer for a Visual C++ simplified music score (engraving) application.

The intention is to integrate the application into a pre-existing Visual Studio C++ application.

Experience with sheet music, MIDI and music fonts is preferred, though not essential.

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I suggest you get them, read and test, and download MuseScore 1.2 if don't have any music

notation software - it's free!

Pre-Existing Code:

There are already many open source applications.

As such, all the code is probably already available in one form or another. But since this is such a simple

application it's probably easiest to start from scratch! Most important is that if you do find and use an application

intended for a symphony orchestra then you have to strip away all unnecessary detail and complexity from the

code!

The Key features:

* The application should be able to read in a midifile containing a short melody (max 8 bars and max 64 notes)

and display a music score.

* One stave, and one voice (i.e. lead sheat style)

* Pitches: g3 to E6 (i.e. two ledgers below lowest stave line in the staff and three ledgers over higest stave line)

* Note Values: whole notes, quarter notes, half notes, eights, dotted quarter, dotted half, dotted eights, triplets, duplets,

and all tied combinations of the those values.

* Clefs: G

* Key signatures: C major and C minor

* Time signatures: 4/4, 3/4

* Accidentals: flats, sharps.

This is a simplified music score application, so the following is not needed e.g. :

* chords

* articulation

* ornaments

* octave signs

* repeat signs

Final product should be:

* NOT be "held for ransom" for unreasonable payments for minor tweaks or additions

* Bug free or basic warranty offered

* End-user ready.

**REGULAR updates, milestones compliance and deadline maintenance are a MUST

Milestones:

* Decision on which music font to use with rationale.

* Visual C++ classes that can draw an empty, scalable stave in the bottom of an empty SDI application that I provide.

* In addition to above render a G-clef, key signatures and time signures according to key features above.

* In addition to above render a simple eight bar melody in hole notes without ledgers.

* In addition to above render a simple eight bar melody in quarter notes without ledgers.

* In addition to above render a simple eight bar melody in quarter notes WITH ledgers.

* In addition to above render a simple eight bar melody in mixed: hole notes, quarter notes, eight notes, and dotted quarters,

half notes, eights.

* In addition to above render all kind of duplets and triplets, even in mixed note values (e.g. a triplet consisting of two

quarters and two eights).

* In addition to above render all combinations of tied note values of the above values.

* In addition to above handle a MIDI file input and render the music score encoded by it.

*** OBS! The application output must comply to all standards for sheet music, so the application will be tested at each

milestone (except the first) with a random input melody, which also is fed into a professional softare like Sibelius, and

then comparing the results!

Thanks!

Skills required: C Programming, Visual C++ Programming, MFC.

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