MUP - Music Publisher Stuff
I have also written some useful helper programs I use all the time with MUP:
A simple python script which creates a “blank” MUP score. The archive includes the program and short README file.
|Download (8K): mup-template-1.3.tar.gz|
|SHA1 checksum: f18dfb8efb18ea90958e5f15e1b9529cc782eb2a|
A try at a program to transpose a mup score. Archive has a Python program and short README. This is far from perfect and MUP itself does much better transpositons, but if you want to change the score you might find this helpful.
|Download (3K): mup-trans-0.1.tar.gz|
|SHA1 checksum: 772a08b35217d94a761a215690ab68405e82b383|
A simple python script which renumbers comments in a mup score. The archive includes the program and short README file.
|Download (1K): mup-renum-1.0.tar.gz|
|SHA1 checksum: 5b2f32bcdc32fd9275e059e68820fb257e8022bc|
A not-so-simple python script which analyzes a mup score and adds a bass line to it. This is pretty well special to my scores, but it may be useful to others. The archive includes the program and short README file.
|Download (10K): mup-acc-0.3.tar.gz|
|SHA1 checksum: 3f7b6589e198ec98cb01da3dcaf5a18737ace70b|
Mp — Mup Print and Display
A python script to process, display and print my scores. Supports various keys and transpositions for different instruments. The archive includes the program and short README file.
|Download (3K): mp-1.3.tar.gz|
|SHA1 checksum: 5b1094a9bd28965c1c2ea9df0f97618c92b4440b|
Accordion Register Symbols
If you are planning on writing any music for the accordion these files will be useful. They add the ability to print the "circles with dots" used to denote the switches in accordion music. The files are a set of macros for MUP. In addition to the macro files, I have included sample files and some postscript output. This is all in tar/gzip format. If you can't handle this, let me know.
NEWS (July/2017): This file has been updated to use Postscript glyphs which are resizable!
|Download (59K): mup-accordion.tar.gz|
|SHA1 checksum: 0ac4a66efb841ef11bcb2b3f722f1ba7ea94b6f3|
Courtesy Keysignature Macros
These macros let you print a key signature in parentheses at any point in a MUP score. The signature has no effect, but is there simply as a reminder in a piece with complicated key changes.
|Download (5K): keysig.mup|
|SHA1 checksum: a304cb66fecdd1e08c1037c9ef161424467a5912|
This small program parses a Postcript file generated by MUP and finds all occurrences of the “sign” symbol and “repeat” markers, key and clef changes and sets them from black to various colors for printing. I use this for files I want to display (for performace) on a laptop computer and will probably use it to print dead-tree copies in the future.
Here is a contrived (and ugly) pdf file showing some features: mup-colorize-test.pdf.
If you specify a single filename the file is converted inplace; 2 filenames and the 1st file is read and a new file is created; no filenames uses stdin/out as a filter. You can set your custom configuration in an RC file. Refer to README in the archive for details.
|Download (4K): mup-colorize.tar.gz|
|SHA1 checksum: 98ab5d1d29fcd7f19d5ef5e79fdfae502f8af7e6|
Calulate best scale for scores
This program will do successive runs on a MUP input file to find the “best” scale factor. I use this to produce my personal scores.
By default the program does a number of runs setting various options which, probably, only make sense for me. That is due to the fact that you need my macro files for defines like “FHORN” to work. However, you can use the “-n XX” command line option to determine the best scale for your files. Just substitute a value for “XX”.
|Download (4K): mup-best.py|
|SHA1 checksum: df8a0625ad214a716e7d90f3aa4f8569c150ce2a|