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  1. 1 hour ago, lviklund said:

    I have tested the same messages from MAX, Kyma and Reaper.


    I did that by sending the same messages to the included .ens.

    Works well in the ensemble.


    Forget it. If you are on Mojave I will figure out the problem my self.



  2. I am sorry but I have still the same problem as Rangarajan.


    The OSC-messages does not make it out from OM. I have tested the same messages from MAX, Kyma and Reaper. No problem.

    Weird. Maybe Mojave is the problem. There is sometimes problems with the security thingies that Apple have put in there.

    Let me know if I can assist in tracking down this.



  3. I will share whatever I can as soon as I can.

    I'm writing (notating) everything by hand ☠️  when composing and arranging.

    I have used OM since day 1 and before that SCOM for many years.

    Still I have  not learned much Lisp mainly caused by lack of time.

    I use these tools mainly for chaotic experimenting I would say.


    I have just quit working and is now a happy retired and hope to be able to spend more time wit OM and Lisp.



  4. From the Listener:

    ? gen-chord3, chord-intervals: ((3 3 3 3) (3 5 7 9) (2 5 7 11)) cycle: nil relative: nil ambitus: piano seed: 254965


    Since the function have a seed you should get different chords unless you set the seed value.

    48 minutes ago, JulioHerrlein said:

    (gen-chord3 '(c4 eb4 g4) '((3 3 3 3) (3 5 7 9) (2 5 7 11)))


    (gen-chord3 '(c4 eb4 g4) '((3 3 3 3) (3 5 7 9) (2 5 7 11)) :seed 42)

    Gives you the same chords all the time.

  5. On 4/6/2018 at 1:38 PM, torstenanders said:

    Calling init-seed is not needed here... 


    I guess it is, if you want to see what value init-seed gives you... Or...?

    That was anyway why I did it this way.


    Anyway, thank you again for your interesting knowledge.



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