Re: How can I get my second tab voice to have stems!

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Re: How can I get my second tab voice to have stems!

Patrick Horgan
On 04/20/2011 02:55 AM, Xavier Scheuer wrote:
>  \new TabStaff = "guitar tab" <<
>     \new TabVoice = "upper" { \tabFullNotation \upper }
>     \new TabVoice = "lower" { \tabFullNotation \lower }
>   >>
Thank you.  This also works:

\new TabStaff = "guitar tab" <<
        \context TabVoice = "upper" { \tabFullNotation \upper }
        \context TabVoice = "lower" { \tabFullNotation \lower }
>>

Once again I'm reading about context and trying to understand.  I'm a
C/C++ guy and I guess it would make more sense to me if I understood the
data structures.  I understand that the \context will do the \new if
required.  Do they both create a named context exactly the same?

Patrick