Note lists are the means by which score data is input to the MUSIC-N family of digital sound synthesis packages.
A note list is a text file. Each note list is a sequence of statements.
For some packages, statements come one to a line; for others, statements are semicolon-delimited.
Every statement begins with an opcode, which identifies the statement type.
For example, the
MUSIC-V opcodes include “NOTE”, for a statement describing a note
and “END” for an end-of-score statement.
After the opcode comes a series of parameters. The first few parameters of a note statement have fixed purposes; these specify things like the start time, duration, and instrument number. After the fixed-purpose parameters comes any number of parameters whose purposes are defined by the instrument.
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