ABC notation - testing the limits? :-/ Help!
What I’d like to notate isn’t quite what follows, but seems the only option, playing a long d while alternating D & F under it ~
| [Dd-][Fd-] [Dd-][Fd-] [Dd-][Fd] |
What I really would like to do, and it’s not the first time I’ve been faced with this, is to show that long d6 as a single note with the stem going up, over DF DF DF with their stems going in the opposite direction, down. Can ABC notation do this, or any other similar variations on double-stops, rather than just two equal note intervals and chords?
Neither of these attempts/fudges work | (d6DF DF DF) | & | ([d6D]F DF DF) |
Any help, even if disparaging, such as "Give up! It can’t be done.", is welcome… ;-)