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  • Bongos
    Bongos
    Packages

    Bongos

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    2.00

    Company

    Designed by an amateur: Free, and worth it!

    Author

    Robert Allgeyer (Santa Cruz, CA USA)

    Copyright

    Copyright (c) Robert Allgeyer, 2002. Free public license.

    Description

    This font may be used like any True Type font in a word processor. It may be useful for illustrating a line of X-head musical notation, of the kind sometimes used by drummers. It may also be useful for showing the rhythm of spoken words.Lowercase characters do not contain a horizontal line linking them. Uppercase characters are linked by a horizontal line.Use the font with a character map that magnifies the symbols, so you can see what you are doing. Sometimes, part of a symbol (such as beams or triplets notation) may not be readily visible when inspecting a character.The font includes whole through sixteen notes and rests. Dotted notes are available. Eighth and sixteen notes may be beamed, including rests and dots. There is a percussion clef, measure bar, repeats, and system close.Triplets may also be constructed.There is not much logic between keyboard strokes and musical symbols. Use a character map to hunt for what you need.

    License

    Free public license.This font is offered AS-IS with NO WARRANTY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, and no support. User accepts all risk of use.

  • FretQwik
    FretQwik
    Packages

    FretQwik

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    4.00

    Company

    Designed by an amateur: Free, and worth it!

    Author

    Robert Allgeyer (Santa Cruz, CA USA)

    Copyright

    Free public license.

    Description

    This is version 4.00. Change from version 3.00 is in the ASCII (alphanumeric) character set, using improved glyphs. Fret glyphs are unchanged from prior version. Users who substitute version 4 for an earlier version may find some alignment changes in the way alphanumeric characters relate to fret characters. Version 3.00, added 4-string. Version 2.10 added mini-Roman numerals. Version 2.20 modernized the codepage (a technical detail). Version 2.30 was not publicly released. In version 2.40, the small 0 character has been added at fret level and at nut level; character combo fr. has been added at fret level; and a half-space has been added. Also, some unused code locations have been temporarily filled with spaces, so that the codepage looks like that of other fonts. The current version is drop-in compatible with previous versions. However, older versions may be missing a few characters presently in the font.Version 2.40 also added FretQwikC, an alternative version of the font, with narrower fretboard. FretQwik and FretQwikC are separate fonts, but (except for shape of fretboard and associated items) are interchangeable.FretQwik is a special-purpose font for creating guitar fret diagrams as if they were text. The ASCII character range (keyboard characters) are the same as would be found in an ordinary text font. But in the upper code range, FretQwik has symbols that can be pieced together to form most common tablature diagrams. These characters can be selected from a character map utility, preferably one with 16 columns.How to use it: Using a character map, look for the fret grid symbol (it is at code location decimal 0176). Above the fret grid, at code 0160, is the non-breaking space.In the column adjacent to the fret grid, there are dots representing finger positions. In the same row as the non-breaking space there is an open circle positioned above the fret grid. Below it is a filled circle at the first finger position, and so on down the column.Begin with a fret grid. Place a dot for the first string. Move to the next string using the non-breaking space. Place a dot for the second string. Continue. You may omit a dot on any string, but you must use the non-breaking space to move from string to string.You may also place arcs across the strings. An arc is placed at its leftmost point. Arcs in the same row as the non-breaking space will be positioned above the fret grid. Moving down the rows, arcs move further down the fretboard. The width of arcs varies from the full width of the fretboard (in the column adjacent to the dots), down to merely spanning adjacent strings.There are also some other symbols useful for spelling the chord name.This font was derived (modified) by Robert Allgeyer. The ASCII characters are from Pyrus FreeSerif font, provided in the font software package by its manufacturer. The characters above the ASCII set, used for fret construction, are original.

    License

    Free public license.This font is offered AS-IS, with NO WARRANTY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, and no support. User accepts all risk of use.

  • MusiQwikB
    MusiQwikB
    Packages

    MusiQwikB

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    4.00

    Company

    Designed by an amateur: Free, and worth it!

    Author

    Robert Allgeyer (Santa Cruz, CA USA)

    Copyright

    Copyright (c) 2001 by Robert Allgeyer. Free public license.

    Description

    MusiQwikB is a companion to MusiQwik, a special-purpose music notation font that may be used in word processing documents or web pages. Be sure that you embed the font in your documents or re-distribute the font to those who wish to see your music.This is MusiQwikB version 3.41. It replaces MusiQwik Bold version 3.3 and MusiQwikB 3.40. If you already have an earlier version installed, first remove it, then install this font. There are some small dimensional changes to the characters. This should not affect existing documents using, unless layout was very precise. In some documents, you may need to change the font specification from MusiQwik Bold to MusiQwikB.MusicQwikB is best used with a 16-column character map. There are free utilities for this purpose.The font is identical to MusiQwik, except that where MusiQwik has flagged 1/8 notes, MusiQwikB has flagged 1/16 notes. And, where MusiQwik has beamed 1/8 notes, MusiQwikB has beamed 1/16 notes.Notes are organized by column, according to pitch. If your note is modified by an accidental or dot, select the modifier from the same column.Fermatas and ties are designed to overhang the following symbol or symbols. In version 3.3 of this font, these were zero cursor width symbols that confused some applications. This version assigns a nonzero cursor width. You may use the hyphen (-) key to insert a tiny segment of staff, if alignment of the notes is important. Regular sections of staff are inserted using the equal (=) key.If you are using this font in web pages or tables, be sure that word wrapping is turned off, or you staffs will break in unexpected locations.This font looks best at 24 point size.

    License

    Free public license. This font is offered AS-IS, with NO WARRANTY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, and no support. USER ACCEPTS ALL RISK OF USE.

  • MusiSync V1
    MusiSync V1
    Packages

    MusiSync

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    4.10

    Company

    Designed by an amateur: Free, and worth it!

    Author

    Robert Allgeyer (Santa Cruz, CA USA)

    Copyright

    Copyright (c) 2001 by Robert Allgeyer. Free public license.

    Description

    This is version 3.03. It replaces older versions. If you already have an older version installed, first remove it before installing this one.MusiSync is a special-purpose music notation font that may be used in word processing documents. The font depicts the timing (duration) of notes, but not pitch. It does not draw a staff.This font may be useful for illustrating the timing relationship between parts in harmony, such as SATB chorus.The width of each character is a multiple of the basic space width. This feature makes it easier to align notes on consecutive lines of music.

    License

    Free public license. This font is offered AS-IS, with NO WARRANTY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, and no support. USER ACCEPTS ALL RISK OF USE.

  • Bongos2
    Bongos2
    Packages

    Bongos2

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    2.00

    Company

    Designed by an amateur: Free, and worth it!

    Author

    Robert Allgeyer (Santa Cruz, CA USA)

    Copyright

    Copyright (c) Robert Allgeyer, 2002. Free public license.

    Description

    This font may be used like any True Type font in a word processor. It may be useful for illustrating a line of X-head musical notation, of the kind sometimes used by drummers. It may also be useful for showing the rhythm of spoken words.Lowercase characters do not contain a horizontal line linking them. Uppercase characters are linked by a horizontal line.Use the font with a character map that magnifies the symbols, so you can see what you are doing. Sometimes, part of a symbol (such as beams or triplets notation) may not be readily visible when inspecting a character.The font includes whole through sixteen notes and rests. Dotted notes are available. Eighth and sixteen notes may be beamed, including rests and dots. There is a percussion clef, measure bar, repeats, and system close.Triplets may also be constructed.There is not much logic between keyboard strokes and musical symbols. Use a character map to hunt for what you need.

    License

    Free public license.This font is offered AS-IS with NO WARRANTY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, and no support. User accepts all risk of use.

  • MusiQwik V1
    MusiQwik V1
    Packages

    MusiQwik

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    4.00

    Company

    Designed by an amateur: Free, and worth it!

    Author

    Robert Allgeyer (Santa Cruz, CA USA)

    Copyright

    Copyright (c) 2001 by Robert Allgeyer. Free public license.

    Description

    MusiQwik is a special-purpose music notation font that may be used in word processing documents or web pages. Be sure that you embed the font in your documents or re-distribute the font to those who wish to see your music.This is MusiQwik version 3.4. It is designed to appear better when used on the web. If you already have version 3.3 installed, first remove it, then install this font. There are some small dimensional changes to the characters. This should not affect existing documents using version 3.3, unless layout was very precise.MusicQwik is best used with a 16-column character map. There are free utilities for this purpose.The font includes clefs, time signatures, key signatures, and a number of other staff symbols. It also includes elements for constructing notes from 1/1 to 1/8 duration, with or without accidental or dot, from pitch two ledger lines below the staff to one ledger line above it. This is sufficient for depicting the melodies of most popular songs and church hymns. The companion font, MusiQwikB, contains sixteenth notes.Notes are organized by column, according to pitch. If your note is modified by an accidental or dot, select the modifier from the same column.Fermatas and ties are designed to overhang the following symbol or symbols. In version 3.3 of this font, these were zero cursor width symbols that confused some applications. This version assigns a nonzero cursor width. You may use the hyphen (-) key to insert a tiny segment of staff, if alignment of the notes is important. Regular sections of staff are inserted using the equal (=) key.If you are using this font in web pages or tables, be sure that word wrapping is turned off, or you staffs will break in unexpected locations.This font looks best at 24 point size.

    License

    Free public license. May be freely redistributed. This font is offered AS-IS with NO WARRANTY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, and no support. USER ACCEPTS ALL RISK OF USE.

  • FretQwikC
    FretQwikC
    Packages

    FretQwikC

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    4.00

    Company

    Designed by an amateur: Free, and worth it!

    Author

    Robert Allgeyer (Santa Cruz, CA USA)

    Copyright

    Free public license.

    Description

    Version 4.00 replaced the ASCII (non-fret) characters with an improved set. Version 3.00 added 4-string. Version 2.10 added mini-Roman numerals. Version 2.20 modernized the codepage (a technical detail). Version 2.30 was not publicly released. In version 2.40, the small 0 character has been added at fret level and at nut level; character combo fr. has been added at fret level; and a half-space has been added. Also, some unused code locations have been temporarily filled with spaces, so that the codepage looks like that of other fonts. The current version is drop-in compatible with previous versions. However, older versions may be missing a few characters presently in the font.Version 2.40 also added FretQwikC, an alternative version of the font, with narrower fretboard. FretQwik and FretQwikC are separate fonts, but (except for shape of fretboard and associated items) are interchangeable.FretQwik is a special-purpose font for creating guitar fret diagrams as if they were text. The ASCII character range (keyboard characters) are the same as would be found in an ordinary text font. But in the upper code range, FretQwik has symbols that can be pieced together to form most common tablature diagrams. These characters can be selected from a character map utility, preferably one with 16 columns.How to use it: Using a character map, look for the fret grid symbol (it is at code location decimal 0176). Above the fret grid, at code 0160, is the non-breaking space.In the column adjacent to the fret grid, there are dots representing finger positions. In the same row as the non-breaking space there is an open circle positioned above the fret grid. Below it is a filled circle at the first finger position, and so on down the column.Begin with a fret grid. Place a dot for the first string. Move to the next string using the non-breaking space. Place a dot for the second string. Continue. You may omit a dot on any string, but you must use the non-breaking space to move from string to string.You may also place arcs across the strings. An arc is placed at its leftmost point. Arcs in the same row as the non-breaking space will be positioned above the fret grid. Moving down the rows, arcs move further down the fretboard. The width of arcs varies from the full width of the fretboard (in the column adjacent to the dots), down to merely spanning adjacent strings.There are also some other symbols useful for spelling the chord name.This font was derived (modified) by Robert Allgeyer. The ASCII characters are from Pyrus FreeSerif font, provided by the font software manufacturer. Non-ASCII characters are original.

    License

    Free public license.This font is offered AS-IS, with NO WARRANTY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, and no support. User accepts all risk of use.

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  • Stupefaction 3D V2 Stupefaction 3D V2
    Style : Regular
    Packages

    Stupefaction 3D

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    2.000 2004

    Company

    Ray Larabie

    Author

    Ray Larabie

    Copyright

    1998 Ray Larabie. This font is freeware. Read attached text file for details. Info & updates visit www.larabiefonts.com. Donations gratefully accepted at www.larabiefonts.com/donation.html. Also visit my commercial type foundry at www.typodermic.com. This font was updated in 2004.

    Description

    Originally created in 1998. Accents added in 2004. Larabie Fonts is able to offer unique free fonts through the generous support of visitors to the site. Making fonts is my full-time job and every donation, in any amount, enables me to continue running the site and creating new fonts. If you would like to support Larabie Fonts visit www.larabiefonts.com for details.

  • Nasalization W00 Heavy Nasalization W00 Heavy
    Style : Regular
    Packages

    NasalizationW00-Heavy

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    4.00

    Company

    Ray Larabie

    Author

    Ray Larabie

    Trademark

    Nasalization is a trademark of Typodermic Fonts

    Copyright

    Copyright (c) 1999 Typodermic Fonts. This font is not freely distributable. Visit typodermic.com for more info.

    Description

    http://www.typodermic.com

    License

    Please read the current Typodermic Fonts license agreement at http://www.typodermic.com/license.html

  • Ainslie W01 Ext Thin V1 Ainslie W01 Ext Thin V1
    Style : Regular
    Packages

    AinslieW01-ExtThin

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    1.00

    Company

    Jeremy Dooley

    Author

    Jeremy Dooley

    Trademark

    Ainslie is a trademark of Jeremy Dooley.

    Copyright

    Copyright (c) 2014 by Jeremy Dooley. All rights reserved.

    Description

    Copyright (c) 2014 by Jeremy Dooley. All rights reserved.

  • Brannboll Smal Brannboll Smal
    Style : Regular
    Packages

    Brannboll Smal

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    001.000

    Company

    Mns Grebck

    Author

    Mns Grebck

    Trademark

    Brannboll Smal is a trademark of Mns Grebck.

    Copyright

    Copyright (c) 2011 by Mns Grebck. All rights reserved.

    Description

    Copyright (c) 2011 by Mns Grebck. All rights reserved.

    License

    Personal use only! Please visit mawns.com or mail mawns@live.se to obtain a commercial license.

  • Charrington Roughened Charrington Roughened
    Style : Regular
    Packages

    Charrington Roughened

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    1.0

    Author

    Graham Meade

    Copyright

    2001, Graham Meade. All rights reserved. Email graham@apostrophiclab.com or visit www.apostrophiclab.com for more information.

    Description

    2001, Graham Meade. All rights reserved. Email graham@apostrophiclab.com or visit www.apostrophiclab.com for more information.

  • CRU-Dissaramas-Italic CRU-Dissaramas-Italic
    Style : Italic
    Packages

    CRU-Dissaramas-Italic

    Style

    Italic

    Version

    0.001 February 17, 2013

    Company

    Prachid Tinnabutr : WittyComputer Co.,Ltd. 144/157 Moo 1. Sukhaprachasun 2. Soi 22. Pakkret ,Nonthaburi,Thailand. 11120. Tel/Fax .(66)029629505.URL.www.wittycomputer.com,www.trhaifont.info. Contact witty@wittycomputer.com, prachid@thaifont.

    Author

    Dissaramas Dungkatok 5411307324

    Trademark

    CRU-Dissaramas is a trademark of Prachid Tinnabutr : WittyComputer Co.,Ltd. 144/157 Moo 1. Sukhaprachasun 2. Soi 22. Pakkret ,Nonthaburi,Thailand. 11120. Tel/Fax .(66)029629505.URL.www.wittycomputer.com,www.haifont.info. Contact witty@witty

    Copyright

    Copyright (c) 2012 by Prachid Tinnabutr : WittyComputer Co.,Ltd. 144/157 Moo 1. Sukhaprachasun 2. Soi 22. Pakkret ,Nonthaburi,Thailand. 11120. Tel/Fax .(66)029629505.URL.www.wittycomputer.com,www.thaifont.info. Contact witty@wittycomputer.com, prachid@thaifont.info. All rights reserved.

    Description

    Copyright (c) 2012 by Prachid Tinnabutr : WittyComputer Co.,Ltd. 144/157 Moo 1. Sukhaprachasun 2. Soi 22. Pakkret ,Nonthaburi,Thailand. 11120. Tel/Fax .(66)029629505.URL.www.wittycomputer.com,www.thaifont.info. Contact witty@wittycomputer.com, prachid@thaifont.info. All rights reserved.

    License

    Free for personal and educational use only,This font was created by Assistant Professor Prachid Tinnabutr,Contact prachid@prachid.com Tel. 66 0 8966 70091

  • 1695 Captain Flint W01 Regular 1695 Captain Flint W01 Regular
    Style : Regular
    Packages

    1695CaptainFlintW01-Rg

    Style

    Regular

    Version

    1.00

    Company

    Gilles Le Corre

    Author

    Gilles Le Corre

    Copyright

    Copyright (c) 2011 by Gilles Le Corre. All rights reserved.

    Description

    http://www.gilleslecorre.com/pages/fonts.html

    License

    Printable and Editable embedding allowed