Plans for musical notes

Does anybody know of any plans or site on how to make musical notes?
Thanks in advance
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Do you mean the figures of notes? I don' tknow hte names of them aside from do re mi. Take some music and blow it up on a copy machine and use that as a template. You could use a panograph also.
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fortuna wrote:

First you start with an instrument, and then you manipulate it in the most appropriate way to make notes come out.
Or did you have something else in mind? :)
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fortuna wrote:

Whoops, I hit send before I got to the real part of the message... :)
I guess you're looking for scrollsaw patterns or such? Probably the easiest thing to do is just take some on-screen music notation and blow it up to a suitable size, then print it.
Let me know what kind of thing you're after, and what sizes, and I can hook you up with some PDF files or something. I develop music notation software for Linux. Pictures of notes I have in spades.
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I'd suggest starting with looking at a basic music book...or perhaps a Google image search: http://images.google.com/images?q=musical%20note%20&numP &hl=en&lr=&newwindow=1&c2coff=1&sa=N&tab=wi
Stare at them a while. Then take a pencil and pad of paper, and start sketching until you get something you like (don't copy... make what you see in your head, not with your eyes). Slap some measurements on it, depending on what you're trying to do. If you want the video to go with that measured drawing though, you'll have to shoot it yourself.
Have fun!
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wrote:

or the others at http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=font+musical+notes&btnG=Google+Search
TWS http://tomstudwell.com/allprojects.htm
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I made some really wild musical notes this morning while reading the paper in the bathroom. Chili night usually does that.

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Salestermite wrote:>I made some really wild musical notes this morning while reading the paper

Ewwww. But, music _is_ just sound in time... Tom Work at your leisure!
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If you're using Windows, download one of many free music note true type fonts. A quick google search yielded:
http://www.music-notation.info/en/compmus/musicfonts.html
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Larry Bud wrote:

That's perhaps the best idea yet. And for the record, if any of those fonts (didn't actually look) are TrueType or Adobe format (most fonts these days are) then it's no problem using them on Linux, and most likely BSD, OS-X and everything else in the world too. No Windows required. Though maybe SOL if anyone is still running DOS.
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On Sat, 30 Oct 2004 10:58:13 -0400, Silvan

The OP might need to futz with the proportions. Some of the elements of fonts appear out of proportion when the font is blown up excessively.
Compare, for example, Times Roman 30pt versus Times Roman 10Pt at 3x magnification.
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fortuna wrote:

May I suggest googling for the images, and size on your printer or copy machine. Then just use tack spray and head to your scroll saw. JOE
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