This Python program automates the whole process of converting a 30-note DXF file exported from musicmanics.com to an SVG file that can be directly uploaded to and cut by Cricut Design Space. Demo is here: https://youtu.be/y3J86qpPQiQ
Fix the Beats is an app that automatically arranges the notes in a MIDI file within the range of your instrument. Its default mode is for the 30 note music box in F scale. It even annotates the MIDI file, so that you can review the changes in a score writer software!
Here are some interesting links in text format, as it gave "suspicious link" if I entered them normally: You can find the app at the following link: triple "w" (dot) speakthebeats (dot) com/FixTheBeats/ Here is an instructions video on YouTube: triple "w" (dot) youtube (dot) com/watch?v=O4FZk1XRNpc
The audio track in the video was created using Fix the Beats. It is based on The Well-Tempered Clavier, Prelude 2 by J. S. Bach, arranged for playing on a 30 note music box in F scale.
I have modofied a song which contains a number of tuplets. Can I reproduce these on a paper strip by making the holes slightly closer than the printed lines and will the fingers be able to recover sufficiently to play them (they are not the same note) and secondly when I transfer my MP3 file to the MMM editing programme it doesn't recognise them and throws out the remainder of the tune. Anyone a solution?