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  1. Hi, I have a simple question, is it possible to display multiple scores in the workspace. Now, the old score gets overwritten with the new one which make things difficult to compare (I always make a screenshot as a workaround)? thanks! ole
  2. Just tried your code, it does not compile, I had to change some 'chord-closest-path' into 'closest-path' and add some setf's, then it worked. Maybe you want to correct it..? best ole
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    Thanks for the answers! My starting point was the video from Jorvd and he don't uses the :time parameter at all, that was confusing me. @Julio: thanks for the example, I will look into that!
  4. Hi, I'am examine 'harmonic-path more closly and have some hard time to understand, if someone could please explain some things to me.. (setf chord '(c3 g3 c4 e4 f3 c4 f4 a4)) (setf melodytest '( c4 cs4 d4 e4 f4 fs4 g4 gs4)) (harmonic-path chordtest2 melodytest :octave 'path ) ==>(c3 g3 c4 e4 f3 f4 a4 c3) in the example above harmonic-path is obviously swallowing the recurring notes (and is looping the path although the doc says the default is looping nil), why, I don't get the logic behind it? And can I change this? In the example below there is no difference in the output between :loop t or :loop nil, I assumed that the looping parameter concerns both, the path and the sequence..? What am I missing? Thanks! (setf chord '(c3 g3 c4 e4 f3 c4 f4 a4)) (setf melody '(c4 cs4 d4 e4)) (harmonic-path chord melody :octave 'path :loop t ) ==>(c3 g3 c4 e4) (setf melody '(c4 cs4 d4 e4)) (harmonic-path chord melody :octave 'path :loop nil ) ==>(c3 g3 c4 e4)
  5. Hi, I solved this problem by pasting the text from the website (or email) into a plain text editor (in my case BB-Edit (I think they have a free basic version, www.barebones.com), make sure you ticked 'Show invisible characters' in Preferences/Editor Defaults, then you'll see a lot of strange signs that causes errors and you can clean your text up.. hth ole
  6. Dear Stéphane, Thank you! That helped a little, still not sure what is the difference between partials and frames. I saw that it is possible the resynthesize a sound with CLM, an example would be very helpful. Also I would like to know if its only possible to get tempered pitches out of spectral data, don't know if OM is capable of microtonal MIDI generally (which is a very tricky special beast I think)..? Thanks anyway& all the best ole
  7. To bump my own request, am I the only one who whishes some more simple examples, to understand the 'spectral data '-thing better?
  8. Can you give a small example of how to use the spectral data, how to rebuild a certain sound like the trombone with a piano sound? Thanks!
  9. (chord-pitch-unique chords) => (gs3gs4ds5 ab3gs4) hth!
  10. You surely know that..? http://www.dynamictonality.com/xronomorph.htm Maybe you can get some inspiration from it..
  11. Thanks for the answer! I'am not asking for a release date, practising paitience in the mean time :–)
  12. I'am strongly interested in a C-Sound-like environment in OM! The example above is not working yet, right? Is it possible to load the CLM package myself into OM (to follow the tutorial on the CLM Page)? If yes, how, can you give a brief instruction? Thanks!
  13. how did you found it, it's not documented..? And it works only for binary lists, right?
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