Free Web based editor for Tableharp notations based on abc notation. Please have a look on the credits below. Zupfnoter would not exist without inspiratio and help from others.
- goto https://zupfnoter.weichel21.de
- you should see the demo song
- watch tunes showing up
- click on
renderto update harp notes
- click on
playto listen to the tune
- feel free to ask if there are questions (too many features to describe here)
- have a drobox-account if you want to save your work
- creates sheets for table harps (Veeh-Harfe®, Zauberharfe etc.)
- draw notes, flowlines, subflowlines, synchlines, tuplets, annotations, lyrics ...
- print flexible exctracts on A3, A4
- full ABC support
- MusicXml import
- runs in Webbrowser
- load and save to dropbox
Zupfnoter User Interface
Zupfnoter has a self explaning user interface. Few things are important to know:
Drag and Drop
You can drag the borders of the panes to adjust it to your needs
You can drag and drop the text annotations in the harpnote preview to reposition the same
You can drag some note bound annotations if the related note has a dragmark [r:id|
you can drag Files to Zupfnoter editor pane. The following formats are supported
- mxl (musescore Music XML files
- xml (Music XML files)
- Ctrl / cmd - R : Render the tunes
- ctrl / cmd - P : play (depending on the selection)
- ctrl / cmd - K : open the Zupfnoter console to see more messages
- ctrl / cmd - S : save
saving your work
You can save your work in
dropbox: you have to login and specify the path in your dropbox. You can also open files in dropbox with the menu
open. Note the the numeric identifier in the file name must be unique.
Files in dropbox are named as
id_Title.abcID following the conventions of X: line in ABC
download as abc
For more details please read the manual (sorry, it is in German) or watch the tutorial vidoes (via zupfnoter.de)
This software would not exist without the great support (mentioned in sequence of contact)
- My wife Ruth, she is an ardent plaer of Veeh® harp. This project started just to please her.
- My son Christian, who helped me to define the initial architecture which proved to be stable
- Sr. Christel Schröder, she answered all question about music notation
- Flavio Vani (https://github.com/flvani) who helped me on the first steps
- Elia Schito (https://github.com/elia) and the Opal project - what a great thing!
- David Bau (https://github.com/PencilCode) for musicaljs
- Paul Rosen (https://github.com/paulrosen) for abcjs (which was the abc parser in the beginning)
- Jean Francois Moine (http://moinejf.free.fr/) for abc2svg.js and his outstandig support to fulfil my requests. abc2svg - blazing fast, full abc support
- Willem de Vries (http://wim.vree.org/) for xml2abc.js - which enables music xml import
- Dimitry Baranovskiy (https://github.com/DmitryBaranovskiy/raphael)
- Vitali Malinouski (https://github.com/vitmalina/w2ui) for his great UI toolkit (w2ui)
- James Hall (https://github.com/MrRio) for jspdf
- Chris Walshaw (http://abcnotation.com) for abc notation
This software is licensed under dual license GPL and Commercial
Contributing (needs update)
Your contributions are welcome. However, few things you need to know before contribution:
- install Ruby 2.1.1 or higher with bundler
- clone the repository
- goto 30_Sources/SRC_Zupfnoter
- run "bundle install"
- goto 30_sources/SRC_Zupfnoter/src
- goto http://localhost:9292
Install the following node modules - the node setting is not yet done properly ...
Please check out latest code before changing anything. Please use Gitflow to prepare PRs
Contributors who need a Code of Conduct which goes beyond the basic social skills which usually are taught by parents or kindergarden might consider to stay away from here.