[r-t] Compositions on BellBoard

Roddy Horton roddy at horton.karoo.co.uk
Thu Aug 22 18:40:54 UTC 2013

It's one John Goldthorpe wrote when I was compiling the Spliced Surprise Collection in the 1990s. No text input, it is 
proprietary but designed by me so I like it and it works exceedingly well.

On Thu 22/08/13 19:23 , Richard Smith richard at ex-parrot.com sent:
> Roddy Horton wrote:
> > Personally I use software which outputs the
> composition in > text format and then I paste this into
> Campanophile which > then gets copied across to the
> Bellboard.
> That's a reasonable answer, and probably one that applies to 
> quite a few people.  Out of interest, which proving program 
> do you usually use?  And does it have a (presumably 
> non-Microsiril-compatible) textual input format?
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