The NWCTXT2Ly application was developed to be a small tool for converting Noteworthy songs to LilyPond in Windows.
The program can be used in 2 ways:
– As a Noteworthy “User Tool” to convert a single stave of Noteworthy music to LilyPond, and
– As a standalone program that converts an entire Noteworthy score to a complete LilyPond score.
Click the Browse button and locate the NWCTXT file you’ve just exported. Ignore the other options for now and just click the Go button. It should tell you that you’ve written 4 staves with 4 voices. If you now look in the folder/directory where the NWCTXT file was stored, you’ll see about 11 new files – some with a .ly extension and others with a .nwcextract extension.
The .ly files are LilyPond files and are used to create the score. The .nwcextract files are just used by my program during its processing. If you’re keen on housekeeping, you can delete them.


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The program is fairly simple, but also fairly powerful. It uses an in-memory database of number sequences to convert Noteworthy numbers to LilyPond numbers. The database isn’t a large one, so there are only a few sequences. It automatically gets rid of the trailing “.nwcextract” file extension and makes the staves into one LilyPond score file.
You can edit the database in Noteworthy’s Edit-Database menu. Just follow the steps in the Help file. You’ll find that there are several entries for LilyPond number sequences and that you’ll need to add the sequences that are missing.
The first thing you’ll need to do is to convert the Noteworthy staves to a single LilyPond score. As each stave may include several voices, you’ll have to find a way of telling the program to which voice it relates. This is done by simply adding a number sequence before the stave. If you’re only converting a few staves, you’ll find that this is really easy. Add the.number sequence “1” to each stave in the staves area and the program will automatically add a “1” voice for each stave, leaving you with a complete LilyPond score!
If you’re converting more than one score, you can add a number sequence after each stave to assign each stave to a particular voice. For example, if you have a 5 stave score with 2 voices, you can add the number sequence “3:2” to the second stave. This will tell the program to ignore this stave and use the staves 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 to create the 2nd voice of that stave.
You’ll find that it’s easier to add number sequences to certain staves than to others. The reason for this is that those staves may have already been written in Noteworthy! If you add a number sequence to a stave, you’ll overwrite the already existing Noteworthy number sequence. I’ve tried to make it as easy as possible for you to add number sequences to the end of Noteworthy staves.
I’ve also tried to include a helpful error message in the program. Hopefully, you’ll only encounter one problem – converting a Noteworthy score to LilyPond with NWCTXT2Ly. If you encounter any other problems, please leave a comment here and I’ll try my best to help you! 🙂

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This version is a beta version – there are still some bugs (as there should be before release). It doesn’t create score containing any parts (song part, circle part, etc.) – only full-fledged LilyPond score.
The following features are currently included:
– “System Configuration Manager” – a way to programatically alter the LilyPond configuration file (launcher.cfg) and to detect certain problems which are generated by the configuration file – both for the user and the system administrator.
– “User Configuration Manager” – a way to save and load user-defined keyboard mappings – both for the user and the system administrator.
– “Meta-Data Management” – a way to save and load the edited meta-data files – both for the user and the system administrator.
– “Automatic LilyPond Transcribing” – a way to automatically transcribe a Noteworthy score, stored in NWCTXT format, to LilyPond format.
– “LilyPond Transcribing Assistant” – a way to manually select a score from the folder, choose the LilyPond settings and start transcribing the file to a new file in LilyPond format.
– It’s possible to export and import (convert to/from) Noteworthy scores as follows:
– TO export, double-click a score to choose an output directory
– TO import, double-click a filename to add it to the list of scores to be transcribed
– Both TO export and TO import are configurable by the user.
– It’s possible to insert/remove scores at will
– To the best of my knowledge, there is no real way to compare scores side-by-side. Maybe there is, but I haven’t found it yet.
If you find any bugs or are keen on getting an earlier version,
send me an email at dennis_lvp@hotmail.com
Also, if you are eager to find out what this program does,
please make yourself familiar with the NWCTXT format and read the help file.
Have fun!
Dennis Li-Van Pelt

I have found just the tool I was looking for, working great for converting files in the NWCTXT format (get that by importing files from Noteworthy).

Interesting….. I just did a quick test using the NWCTXT2LBP0 program with my Noteworthy. I entered a song with a percussion part

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My program reads the Noteworthy score and creates a LilyPond score. It is still in development and buggy, and it’s not perfect yet.
Once it’s done, the score is written into a NoteworthyLy textfile. When using the program, you’ll be asked to choose a directory where the NoteworthyLy files are to be located – this could be useful if you want to combine several files into a single document.
Please post your feedback, bug reports, and any other issues you come across.
Please note that NOT worthwhile to do so, as that is not a working program.
Implementation Notes:
This program uses a load function to load the NoteworthyLy textfile into memory. This data is stored inside a TStringList object. Because I’ve written a program to convert NoteworthyLy format to LilyPond, I’ve been using NoteworthyLy files. The code of the conversion program has been adapted by my program to be able to read from a regular NoteworthyLy textfile and output it into a LilyPond textfile.
I’ve separated the main menu from the conversion by using the menu items to first ask if you want to start a new file or to convert an existing file. The conversion mode of operation is displayed by a “Progress Bar” created inside a TTimer object, which allows me to set the updating rate.
– NB: If you notice a difference between normal NoteworthyLy files and the ones that contain LilyPond score, please report it.
Thank you.
Progress Date: 2016-10-21
Progress: not even started yet
Note: I have no involvement in the maintenance of the NWCTXT2Ly program anymore.

In the menu you can select:
– To start a new file,
– To import a file from Noteworthy, or
– To convert an existing file from Noteworthy to LilyPond.
It also gives you the opportunity to change the output format.
In the “Import” tab, you have two selection fields:
– “Import from Noteworthy” – which allows you to choose a path and filetype.
– “Import from Directory” – which allows you to select a directory.
You can also choose the output format in this tab, and at the lower left it will ask you to either choose a directory or not.
In the “Export” tab, you have two selection fields:
– “Export

What’s New in the?

– The left side of the screen shows a number of handy menus and buttons. Some of these seem to be inactive.
– On the right side of the screen you can see an example of a simple score. The polyphony (number of voices) is 4.
– The About button opens the program’s About box. There are some details about the program.
– The Options button opens a window where you can select the options for running the program.
– The settings are saved in a configuration file that you can modify if you want to.
– The Help button opens the program’s Help window.
– The Publish button can be used to publish the program on line.
– The Download button can be used to download a file that can be run on a PC.
– The Backup button can be used to create a backup of the main program file, which you can then overwrite the main program file with if something goes wrong.
– The Forward button can be used to automatically forward the program to the next page.
– The Back button can be used to automatically reverse the program to the previous page.
– The Quit button can be used to close the program.
– The save and preview buttons can be used to save and preview the settings.
– The Save button can be used to save the main program file. You can later overwrite it if something goes wrong.
– The Preview button can be used to preview the settings. You can later overwrite the settings if you want to.
– The Restore button can be used to load the main program file from the backup. If you don’t have one, just click the Restore button again to generate a backup.
– The LilyPond button can be used to open the LilyPond editor. This is not really an option if you just want to convert the music into LilyPond format. It’s there if you also want to publish the score into LilyPond format.
The utility can be run in either of two different modes:
As a Noteworthy Tool:
– This is the normal way to use the application. You select the stave number of the Noteworthy score to convert, press the Go button, select the LilyPond score to save, and press the Finish button.
– If everything went well, your newly generated LilyPond score is now saved in the NWCTXT2Ly folder/directory. You can now simply delete the NWCTXT2Ly folder/directory if you want to.

System Requirements For NWCTXT2Ly:

* System requirements are subject to change.
Windows XP SP3 or later, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard or later
CPU: 1.4GHz Intel or later; 2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo or later
Memory: 1.5GB RAM; 2GB RAM or higher recommended
Hard Disk Space: 10GB available space
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 or ATI Radeon X1900 or later or Intel GMA 950
Windows XP SP3 or later, Mac OS X 10.