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  1. Hi, I'd like to ask if, in the not too far future, there could be some tutorials on the LISP-side of Opusmodus... I studied a littlebit this documentation on assemble-seq a.o. and I figured out that my problem above was solvable with using the 'list' and 'flatten' commands, which made me conclude, in the end, that a rather thorough knowledge of Common Lisp is necessary... The 'stages' and video-tutorials are interesting, but allow me two remarks: first, they are very 'applied', which makes it hard to translate them to other situations, and secondly many of them are strongly biased to generativ
  2. Thanks! It was the evaluation that of the first expressions that was lacking. I just selected everything and launched 'snipped - notation', but indeed, first evaluating sounds logical. I'll have a look at the 'assemble'-commands! Thanks & greetings!
  3. Dear creators of Opusmodus, I'm currently trying out the demo, so I'm in the first stages of getting to know OM. I'm trying to do a very simple referral to a variable to make an OMN-snippet, but I get all sorts of error codes from the listener. Even to the point that copying some of the tutorial code, and replacing the names of the variables makes the code generate errors...? Here's the example, so any help or suggestion is welcome: (example is based on 'stage2'-code, I only replaced the names of the variables): (setf p_arp0 '(c4 cs4 fs4 g4 c5)) (setf l_arp0 (span p_arp0 '(e))) (setf
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