The table below lists the musical elements that can be recognized by Newzik's Maestria technology.


Please note that tabs and handwritten music are not yet supported. Newzik "Lyrics & Chords" files are not supported.



Elements

Details

Clefs

- G (treble), F (bass), C (alto and tenor with modern writing)

- Clef change inside of measure

- Old C clefs

Key signatures 

All western key signatures

Time signatures

6/2, 5/2, 4/2, 3/2, 2/2, cut, 6/4, 5/4, 4/4, common, 3/4, 2/4, 12/8, 9/8, 7/8, 5/8, 4/8, 3/8

Rhythms / Duration

- Duration: whole note, half, quarter, 8th, 16th, 32nd, 64th (same for rests)

- Dots: one to three

- Tuplets: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, general tuplet

Pitches

- Within plus/minus 5 ledger lines

- Octava plus/minus 8 or 15

Cue notes

Only for measures with full cue

Multiple rest measures

Any duration, only rendered with the H-bar notation (but 2- measure and 4-measure rests detected)

Dynamics

pppp, ppp, pp, p, mp, mf, f, ff, fff, ffff, sf, sff, sfz, rfz, cresc, decresc, dim, hairpins

Articulations

Slur, tie, staccato, staccassimo, tenuto, accent, marcato

Ornaments

- Prall, mordent, turn, reverse turn, trill, appoggiatura

- Piano pedal, notation Ped and star

- Acciaccatura (coming soon)

Technical information

Up bow, down bow, fingerings

Structure

- Movement recognition and separation
- System and page breaks

System structure 

- Separation of part groups

- First adaptation to 2-scale staff type (for example normal staff + smaller staff)

- Patch for scores with a variable number of staves inside of systems

- Curly and straight brackets reproduced (coming soon)

Barlines

Simple, double, final, forward repeat, backward repeat, backward-and-forward repeat

Repeat elements

Repeat endings (1 and 2), da capo, dal segno, coda, al fine

Rehearsal marks

Letters and numbers

Text

- Attributed to notes

- Supported languages: Italian, German, French, English

- Basic lyrics recognition

- Instruments and transposition interpreted


Transposing instruments

Alone or in a multi-staff system

Polyphony- one voice per staff: treated
- several voices per staff: rhythm and voice reconstruction is still fragile

Chord recognitionComing soon

Percussion

- 5-staff percussions: only regular noteheads

- 4, 3, 2, and 1 staff percussions, supported noteheads: cross, white, and black harmonic, triangle

(coming soon)


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