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Repairing Torn Music Roll Bridges
By Eliyahu Shahar

Hi once again,  I'd like to open a subject that has cost me a good
number of piano rolls and ask if someone has found a solution (before
I throw away my next otherwise perfectly good roll).

Does anyone have a method for repairing a long bridge where the cross
supports have long torn, especially those that either close off the
note completely (or cause several repeats as it opens/closes), and the
most annoying: when it plays a run at the beginning/end of the note as
it's no longer perfectly flat at that point.

Thanks for suggestions,
Eli Shahar

(Message sent Sun 31 Oct 2004, 05:51:48 GMT, from time zone GMT+0200.)

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