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Using multiple qualifiers

If you need to qualify a note with more than one parameter, you can put the paramters in any order after the duration. For example:

C#2/3!+20$4@+1

gives:
                        
C 4      1:01:000 Note  73 C# 6 V 84 D  80 (null)

This looks a little silly, but rarely will you use this many qualifiers. The note ends when a character is encountered which is not part of a note qualifier. Notice also that the #,^  or & signs can be placed directly after the pitch character--these are normally the only characters which are allowed to precede the duration.

Other special symbols can be used to qualify notes. In the table below we list all the note qualifier symbols