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stems multiple times in a single measure if only one beat requires a split and so tend to add for
drop layers mid-measure strictly for appearance ( Figure 2 ) . Anywhere these kinds of sudden
splits occurred, measures were adjusted by hand ( Figure 3 ).
FIGURE 2 Improper layering.
FIGURE 3 Proper layering.
If two parts in the same staff double a note in unison but the staff did not use two layers to
do it ( Figure 4 ), the parts were rewriten for that measure ( Figure 5 ). Any rests present were
replaced with the corresponding note(s) of the previous chord.
FIGURE 4 Missing layer for presumably doubled note.
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