MusiXTeX and Related Software
Don Simons has provided a musixjazz
for typesetting scores that look
like a jazz fake book; see the
the Addons sub-section below
for installation instructions.
have been released.
Unzip these archives at the root of a local or
personal texmf tree and update the file-name database and the font maps on your TeX system.
MiKTeX and TeXLive users can update these packages in their package managers.
Changes include: curly.tex and tuplet.tex incorporated into musixtex.tex;
new extension libraries musixppff, musixadf, musixplt, musixec;
corrected definitions of cautionary accidentals;
corrections to allow setstaffs n 0 to work as Daniel Taupin intended;
correction to musixps.tex;
modernized font system;
- Bob Tennent has uploaded an
containing a MusiXTeX extension library musixtnt.tex and C source code, binaries for Windows (32 bit and
64 bit) and MacOSX, and documentation for two programs:
fixmsxpart and msxlint. These will be of interest to music
typesetters who use MusiXTeX directly, rather than via
pre-processors PMX or M-Tx. For more information, see the
Addons sub-section below.
- In the Add-ons sub-section there's a new link to a
package that supports typesetting of harmony symbols etc. in musicological texts.
Table of Contents:
users or those seeking an older file may wish to bypass this page and browse
the archive. That is the only access to some older
versions of current software (many past
versions of MusiXTeX, useful for tracking changes), files for MusiXTeX's
historical predecessors MusicTeX and MuTeX, and some other files that are not linked to from any
- This web page as of December 2012 is available
for this web page.
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