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Ioannis Andriotis

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  1. Thanks a lot Stephan! I will check out these functions. Just to mention, I am composing a piece for my dissertation (PhD) for Alto flute and Electronics (MaxMSP). Already the random functions have helped me a lot to put down some ideas fast. Looking forward to learning more about OMN when I will be done with school. Is there any chance that you will provide online tutorials (step-by-step - easy!) based on subscription? Like Lynda.com or MacProVideos? Although private lesson are great for more advanced users, I believe that having online database/resources would benefit many academic students and faculty members. I had this discussion with fellow graduate students and professors at near by universities. just food for thought for expanding this useful piece of software...! Have a nice day, and thanks again!
  2. Hello all, I am very new to OMN. I would like to start learning by exploring the topic of randomizing parameters within a given framework. Mainly pitches and durations for now. For example, make variations of an 11-pitch-class set, but give emphasis only to some of the pitches (repeat more often) while also slightly vary the basic main rhythmic pattern. Which collection of examples should I start looking? Thanks in advance, Ioannis
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