As demonstrated in the second measure, such analysis brackets can be nested.
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Sometimes you might want to show the basic beat in the tuplet number text, i.e.
3:2 quarternote, were
quarternote is really a note. The quick and dirty way is to manually set
\override TupletNumber #'text = #(markup #:italic "3:2" #:fontsize -5 #:note "4" 1). However, then you'll have to change it as soon as you want to use a 4/6 tuplet.
The better way is to write your own function for
#'text, which extracts the tuplet fraction from the tuplet object, formats the tuplet text using the internal function and then appends the note you want. In other words, we simply write a function, which wraps the internal formatter function and modified its result:
#(define-public ((tuplet-number::append-note-wrapper function note) grob) (let* ((txt (function grob))) (markup txt #:fontsize -5 #:note note UP)))
You simply pass the
normal formatter function (i.e.
3) and the duration of the note to append:
\override TupletNumber #'text = #(tuplet-number::append-note-wrapper tuplet-number::calc-denominator-text "8")