I've sent you the ABC script as a PM ...
Interesting. Those triplets play smoothly if played with ABCExplorer, but unevenly if played with EasyABC.
The key thing about your abc is that it has a R:Hornpipe indication in the header. This can be used by abc2midi as an indication that the tune should be swung,
lengthening the first and shortening the second of each pair of quavers (eight notes) - like saying THURSday, THURSday, THURSday, THURSday.
Usually this swinging is only applied to 4/4 (C or Common time) hornpipe tunes, and yours is in 2/2 (C| or Cut time), so ABCExplorer doesn't swing any of it.
However EasyABC does swing the pairs of quavers, and it also
swings the triplets.
Simple solution - change the R: line to March, or to ".Hornpipe", indeed anything other than "Hornpipe" or "HP", which would remove the swinging.
If you want the quavers swung and the triplets not, then ABCExplorer does that as standard for 4/4 hornpipes - I leave it to others to argue whether or not such triplets should be swung in swung hornipes!
I do believe there are bugs in EasyABC in this area - it seems to swing hornpipes if the M: is M:4/4, but not if it is M:C, which I believe should always be identical.
For cut time, it does the opposite - swings for M:C|, but doesn't for M:2/2. This must be wrong?
If you want to test yourselves, here is a minimal tune - change the M: line between 4/4, C, 2/2, and C|. Change the R: line from Hornpipe to March or similar.
T:Triplet and Swing Test
B,2 |"Em"E2 E2 E2 E2| E2 EE E2 EE | EE EE EE EE | (3EEE (3EEE (3EFG (3ABc |E4 E2:||
Edited by Paul_Hardy, 10 October 2016 - 03:40 AM.