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  1. You find many examples in the Utilities panel in the 'Howto Score' and the 'Score Examples' section:
  2. The menu is changing with time. As for the lesson 2 file 4, first you need to evaluate the expressions in the main score file: 2. Full Score.
  3. (let ((out (pcs-cardinal 4 :forte))) (loop for i in (pcs-super-sets 4 (pcs '3-1) :forte) do (setf out (remove i out)) finally (return out))) (let ((rem (pcs-cardinal 7 :forte)) (super (pcs-super-sets 7 (pcs '3-1) :forte))) (loop for i in super do (setf rem (remove i rem)) finally (return rem))) => (7-31 7-31b 7-32 7-32b 7-34 7-35) here it is.
  4. All the tutorials on our Forum you will find in the Opusmodus application documentation. Using texts from the web pages (code, examples, etc...) can produce an error.
  5. Updates are made frequently and are for free. Upgrades (1.2 .1.3 1.4 etc...) are payable. If you buy 1.3 now you are exempt form the upgrade payment for 4 months. Our last upgrade from version 1.2 to 1.3 was €145. From ver. 1.4 onwards all our upgrades will cost €99.
  6. Upcoming Opusmodus ver. 1.4 microtonal notation display and playback (MTS). Luigi Nono, Fragmente-Stille, An Diotima (fragment - 26/27). Best wishes and happy holidays, Janusz
  7. (polygon-rhythm (pcs '7-35) 20 1) (polygon-rhythm (pcs '7-35) 12 1) (pcs-rhythm '7-35 :points 12 :value 1/12) (pcs-rhythm '7-35 :points 12 :value 1/8) (pcs-rhythm '7-35 :points 10 :value 1/20)
  8. Thank you Jor, great introduction to Opusmodus.
  9. Should work with the next release 1.4
  10. Following our successful presentation in the Museo di Storia Naturale in Venice on the 7th December, Achim Bornhoeft and I spent some time talking and playing with the Neo-Riemann theory with an outcome of a diagram and a function. This will be part of the next release. Post-Riemann Transformations on a C major triad One step transformation (basic transformations): P (parallel) R (relative) L (leading) Two step transformations: Parallel: PR and PL Relative: RL and RP Leading: LR and LP Three step transformations: Parallel: PLR and PRL Relative: RLP and RPL Leading: LPR and LPR Reflection: PLR and RLP are equal. PRL and LRP are equal. RPL and LPR are equal. Examples: (tonnetz 'c4e4g4 '(p p r r l l)) => (c4e4g4 c4eb4g4 c4e4g4 c4e4a4 c4e4g4 b3e4g4 c4e4g4) (tonnetz '(c4 e4 g4) '(p p r r l l)) => ((c4 e4 g4) (c4 eb4 g4) (c4 e4 g4) (c4 e4 a4) (c4 e4 g4) (b3 e4 g4) (c4 e4 g4)) (tonnetz 'e4g4b4 '(l r l r p l r l r p)) => (e4g4b4 e4g4c5 e4a4c5 f4a4c5 f4a4d5 fs4a4d5 fs4a4cs5 e4a4cs5 e4gs4cs5 e4gs4b4 e4g4b4) (tonnetz 'ab3c4eb4 '(p l p l p l p l)) => (ab3c4eb4 gs3b3eb4 gs3b3e4 g3b3e4 g3c4e4 g3c4eb4 gs3c4eb4 gs3b3eb4 gs3b3e4) (tonnetz 'ab3c4eb4 '(pl pl pl pl)) => (ab3c4eb4 gs3b3e4 g3c4e4 gs3c4eb4 gs3b3e4) (tonnetz 'c4e4g4 '(p r p r p r p r)) => (c4e4g4 c4eb4g4 bb3eb4g4 bb3eb4fs4 bb3cs4fs4 a3cs4fs4 a3cs4e4 a3c4e4 g3c4e4) (setf moves (rnd-order '(p l r lr lp rp rl pr pl plr prl rpl) :seed 26)) => (rp rl rpl pr prl lr r p plr pl lp l) (tonnetz 'c4e4g4 moves) => (c4e4g4 cs4e4a4 d4fs4a4 eb4fs4bb4 eb4g4c5 f4a4c5 e4g4c5 e4a4c5 e4a4cs5 f4a4d5 fs4a4cs5 f4a4d5 f4bb4d5) (setf transitions '(p l r lr lp rp rl pr pl plr prl rpl prlpr lrplprpp)) (setf rnd-transition (rnd-sample 15 transitions :seed 750989)) => (prlpr r r p pl pl lrplprpp lr prlpr rpl lp rl prl rl rpl) (tonnetz 'ab3c4eb4 rnd-transition)) => (ab3c4eb4 g3c4eb4 g3bb3eb4 g3c4eb4 g3c4e4 gs3c4eb4 gs3b3e4 f3bb3d4 f3a3c4 e3a3c4 eb3gs3c4 e3g3c4 f3a3c4 eb3g3c4 d3g3bb3 cs3fs3bb3) (tonnetz '(c maj) '(plp rpr lpl rpr lpl lpl rprp lpl)) => (c4e4g4 b3eb4gs4 a3d4fs4 bb3cs4f4 gs3b3e4 g3c4eb4 gs3b3e4 bb3d4f4 a3cs4fs4)
  11. We have some problem with CCL compiler on Catalina. We are working on it.
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