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  1. Hi, What am I missing? (pitch-demix '(3 2) '(c3e4g5b6 d3f4a5c6 e3g4b5d6)) =>(e4 f4 g4) I would expect this: =>((e4 f4 g4)(g5 a5 b5)) thanks for an answer!
  2. Hi, it says in the doc of vector-to-velocity that the default is float values, but when I evaluate (setf vel (vector-to-velocity 0.1 0.9 (gen-integer 1 16))) =>(pppp pppp ppp pp pp p mp mp mf mf f ff ff fff ffff ffff) I get symbols, when I use (setf vel (vector-to-velocity 0.1 0.9 (gen-integer 1 16):type :float)) =>(0.1 0.15 0.21 0.26 0.31 0.37 0.42 0.47 0.53 0.58 0.63 0.69 0.74 0.79 0.85 0.9) everything is fine, just want to mention it. best ole
  3. Hi Julio, hi Stéphane, I've try to follow.. @Stèphane: I'am missing 'remove-nils', are you willing to share it? best ole
  4. Hi Julio, I've watched the video above, from 1'28 and then decide to make a small gif to make the point& click feature more clear: best! ole
  5. It is not about making changes, it is about to spot the right place immediately very quick (in a larger score), which can be hard :-)
  6. I don't think Lilypond is graphical oriented And when I remember it correctly that 'point& click' thing also works with Apples own 'Preview'..
  7. Hi, I've never got a feedback to my old thread. Now I'am working again with Lilypond and find that 'Point& click' feature again so useful!! AFAIK Lilypond is written in scheme which is a lisp derivat, is'nt it, so the chances must be good to implement this..? best ole
  8. After restarting OM it works fine here too, can I see from the error warning if it's worth to restart the program.. ( I discovered it more accidentally that a restart helps)?
  9. Hi, When I use omn-to-time-signature with (4 4), everything is fine: (setf test '(w fs5 q. e5 d5 q c5 e c5 h. b4 e a4 h a4 e q. gs4 q. gs4 e fs4 h e4 h e4 q. d4 e c4 h c4 e e fs5 q e5 e e5 q. d5 h c5)) (omn-to-time-signature test '(4 4)) =>((w fs5) (q. e5 d5 q c5) (e c5 h. b4 e a4) (h a4 e q. gs4) (q. gs4 e fs4 h e4) (h e4 q. d4 e c4) (h c4 e e fs5 q e5) (e e5 q. d5 h c5)) but when I use (5 4)or (3 4): (omn-to-time-signature test '(5 4)) => when called with arguments: > (nil) > While executing: #<ccl::st
  10. We are just finished a serie of 10 lessons. Maybe you could gather some other new participants and start a new serie, you could contact Stéphane Boussuge via PM and ask him if he is interested and what his conditions are..? best ole
  11. exactly that's what I've shown in my first post But most of the function work as well with an 'naked' integer as with a quoted list, and like this it is described in the doc of 'find-bar'. I assume it should be consistent among the functions, thats why I've pointed it out..
  12. I know this is only a (very) minor issue, nevertheless I'd like to know if I'am the only one having this problem.. Thanks!
  13. Hi, I'am examing find-bar and I don't get the following: ;from the docs: (setf mat '((c4 db4 ab4 f4 g4 bb4) (a4 eb4 b4 e4 d4 gb4) (db4 ab4 f4 g4 bb4 a4) (eb4 b4 e4 d4 gb4 c4))) (find-bar 1 mat) => Error: The value (1) is not of the expected type number. > While executing: ccl::+-2-into, in process Listener-1(7). > Type cmd-. to abort, cmd-\ for a list of available restarts. > Type :? for other options. ;this works fine: (find-bar '(1) mat) =>((c4 db4 ab4 f4 g4 bb4)) ?? best ole
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