Just an idea for fun.
9 months ago
@Nicolas Torres I don't think that's a big deal, there's still exists such thing as melody in singing :-) Anyway it was just an idea I had, no need to look too much into it.
Haha :D Clever! Looks wonderful!
@Nicolas Torres - A capella means "like in chapel", music composition written for voices only, no instruments. So there are no instruments but choir sings notes from partitures.
No worries, it works beautifuly!
So smart! One of those happy accidents while playing around with type?
And yeah, the voice is also considered a musical instrument, so it totally works.
Great idea. I think the node is a bit too tall, though. :)
Love the idea but I just wish there were more thick and thins like you see in music notes. The stems are usually very thin. Other than that it is a fantastic idea.
Wow...that is brilliant!
@Dalius Stuoka Pretty clever little discovery, Dalius. I love the idea. However, I agree completely with @Barak Tamayo ; to really sell this concept (not that you need to 'sell' it to anyone, since it's just for fun), the musical note should probably look more like a true note with thick and thin strokes.
What would be really cool is if you built the note first, and then built the type around it to match, rather than the other way around, which is how it is now.
have you tried filling in the "p"s?
@Olivier Massain Yep. Didn't work too well, IMO. Thanks for the suggestion though ;-)
@Dalius Stuoka :-)
Very clever. I'd be tempted to curve the p descenders.
as a former a cappella singer, I approve. Nice work.
@Nicolas Torres Absolutely there are notes in a cappella music!! If you gave an a capella singer sheet music, they would most certainly have notes on the page. When they sing they are singing notes. It just means without instrumental accompaniment - not without music!
about 1 month ago
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