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  1. Hi, I would like to make annotations in the doc files of the functions, so when I come back I can see at a glance if I've already worked with that function.. Now the docs are overwritten with every update, is there a way to preserve our personal annotations? OM is so big and complex, such possiiblity really would help me! Thanks!
  2. Hi, I'am having hard times to understand length-to-rest: (setf one '(-q e f5 mp 3q b5 mp 3e f6 mp 3e g5 p 3wq. gs5eb6 p))
 (setf two (length-to-rest 'q one :type 'under))
 ==>(-q -e -3q -3e - 3wq. f5 mp)
 
 ;;simplified example works as expected
 (setf three '(q f4 3q b4 a4 b4 e d4 3wq gb5eb5))
 (setf four (length-to-rest 'q three :type 'under))
 ==>(q f4 -3q - - -e 3wq gb5eb5) what am I missing? thanks for help!
  3. Hi, Just want to ask one more time if there are someone else interested in continuing with the Zoom into OM Sessions. At the moment we are 3 People and the more Participants we become the cheaper it gets for everyone.. Please PM me in case, thanks!
  4. @ André: if you are willing to share some soundsets for CT, I would love to use them (as a template).. best ole
  5. like this..? (setf one (gen-integer 7 1)) (setf two (gen-repeat (length one) '(3))) (setf three (reverse one)) (mapcar #'(lambda (x y z) (list x y z)) one two three) hth
  6. Hi, I have a simple question, how can I change the resolution of harmonics to quarter tones or sixth tones. (harmonics 'e1 10) thanks! ole
  7. Hi all, I would like to continue with the 'Zoom into OM' sessions and would like to ask if there are other people who are also interested and are willing to pay for it? If we get minimum 6 participants together and everybody is paying 10€ per session we can ask Stéphane to continue. To have a little planning certainty, I thought about that everybody is paying 50€ so we can have a serie of 5 sessions (and then make a new collection/appointment).. And I think we can have sessions on topics that the participants are suggesting.. If that sounds convincing to you, please send me a PM with your name and emailadress and I will start to organise it.. Thanks and all the best! ole
  8. Hi, Is it possible to change the offset from find-everyother somehow? (find-everyother 2 '(1 2 3 4 5 6)) --> (1 3 5) like this: (find-everyother 2 '(1 2 3 4 5 6) :offset 1) --> (2 4 6) thanks!
  9. Wonderful little piece, thanks for sharing! best ole
  10. Thank you very much for solving this (after month)!! best ole
  11. As I wrote its the Unfold Set OM.lisp file, just copied& renamed& placed in that folder and I've got the error when I first evaluate unfold. And can you say something to the mf that gets added, when using t1?
  12. Sorry, but it does not work here I changed it in my own Unfold Set.lisp definition (which is a renamed copy of Unfold Set OM.lisp and where I can modify things to my needs) Also I noticed that when I use the transposition function that I posted above, the unfold function puts a mf before the note that get transposed, is that on purpose? And one last thing, when I evaluate (unfold.. ) for the first time it always gives me an error warning that my Unfold Set file does not exist, when I evaluate it again everything works fine..? unfold, set: os methods: ((t1 2 2)) > Error: There is no method set named: os > While executing: %get-unfold-set, in process Listener-1(7). > Type cmd-. to abort, cmd-\ for a list of available restarts. > Type :? for other options.
  13. Apologies for being so persistent- I'd really like to know how to handle that..
  14. I want instead of the second note in the second bar a pause, accordingly to how it works with transposition..? (unfold 'om '((t1 2 2)) eins) => ((q d4 e4 fs4 gs4) (q d4 mf f4 fs4 gs4) (q d4 e4 fs4 gs4))
  15. Hi, Why does the first example work and the second don't, what am I missing? Thanks! (setf eins '((q d4 e4 fs4 gs4) (q d4 e4 fs4 gs4) (q d4 e4 fs4 gs4))) (unfold 'om '((pause 2)) eins) => ((q d4 e4 fs4 gs4) (-w) (q d4 e4 fs4 gs4)) (unfold 'om '((pause 2 2)) eins) => ((q d4 e4 fs4 gs4) (q d4 mf e4 fs4 gs4) (q d4 e4 fs4 gs4))
  16. Thanks a lot, but how do I get this menu?
  17. Sorry for the dumb question. Where do I find: Thanks!
  18. Hi, I want to make a suggestion for a feature. In Lilypond you have the ability to point on a certain note or other event in the pdf of the score and the same event gets highlighted in the code and vice versa. Would'nt such a function be great in OM? Currently it is a bit of a pain to find a certain point ..? Thanks!
  19. Thanks again for your patience and help! I made a small piece, which is the result from the zoom session 3: best& stay healthy ole
  20. Thanks a lot for the superquick answer! ! Is this sound-set already part of OM, did I reinvent the wheel??
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