Simple music-from-text language for use with PMX/MusiXTeX
M-Tx is a preprocessor for PMX (which is, in turn, a MusiXTeX preprocessor)
that facilitates inputting lyrics. It builds the PMX input file based on a
language very similar to PMX. M-Tx includes most of PMX's functionality, but it
also permits in-line PMX commands to give access to virtually all of PMX.
Author: Dirk Laurie <email@example.com>
This is M-Tx 0.52, the latest release of a music-from-text translator,
written by Dirk Laurie (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The M-Tx package contains a description of the M-Tx language and a
preprocessor that converts it to the PMX language. The description can
be printed if you have access to one of the following:
1. A HP Laserjet-compatible printer.
2. A Postscript printer.
M-Tx Documentation Package
This is the development version of the M-Tx documentation. It contains
all the sources for generating the Users's Manual (mtxdoc.?), its index
(mtxindex.?), and two sample music documents (halleluja.?, kanons.?), where
'?' might be 'dvi', 'ps', 'pdf' or 'lj'.
On a GNU system (e.g. Linux; or Cygwin running under Windows) you need
to change to some
Frequently Asked Questions
Before I answer your FAQ, just ask yourself mine:
Q0: Are you using PMX 1.43 and MusiXTeX at least T.80?
A0: If not, many M-Tx 0.52 (and later) scores will fail.
For some of them, there are workarounds below.
Q1. The notes are squished together near the left margin.
Q2. The lyrics are printed on the bottom line of the stave.
prepmx(1) prepmx Manual Page prepmx(1)
prepmx - preproc
m-tx (0.60d-5) unstable; urgency=low
* Fix postinst script to adjust to new texmf path (Closes: #
This package was Debianized by Anthony Fok <email@example.com> on
Sun, 10 Aug 1997 23:26:06 -0600.
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