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MEI Score Editor (Musical Note Editor)
MEI Score Editor (Musical Note Editor)

The MEI Score Editor (MEISE) is a dedicated viewer and in particular a graphic editor for the internationally developed MEI notation format, which was designed to satisfy the special requirements of musicologists that are unsupported by existing music notation formats. The focus of the editor is the creation and modification of MEI documents on a network connected client. One of the assets of the editor is the homomorphism of its internal data structure to the MEI schema tree, allowing for native support of the note setting process. Unique features of the Note Editor arise from the editorial field, such as the visualization of variants.

Basic knowledge of musical notations and terms is a prerequisite for using the MEI Score Editor.  For more information, please see

http://music-encoding.org/documentation/tutorial

http://music-encoding.org/documentation/tagLibrary

 

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MEI Score Editor (Musical Note Editor) (de)
MEI Score Editor (Musical Note Editor) (de)

The MEI Score Editor (MEISE) is a dedicated viewer and in particular a graphic editor for the internationally developed MEI notation format, which was designed to satisfy the special requirements of musicologists that are unsupported by existing music notation formats. The focus of the editor is the creation and modification of MEI documents on a network connected client. One of the assets of the editor is the homomorphism of its internal data structure to the MEI schema tree, allowing for native support of the note setting process. Unique features of the Note Editor arise from the editorial field, such as the visualization of variants.

Basic knowledge of musical notations and terms is a prerequisite for using the MEI Score Editor.  For more information, please see

http://music-encoding.org/documentation/tutorial

http://music-encoding.org/documentation/tagLibrary

 

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