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  1. Hi, The attached score was created in Opusmodus! - Rangarajan Music1.mp3
  2. Hi, Is there a function that I can call to audition the defined score? From what I have seen, the following works, but I do not need the MIDI display, just the sound: => (display-midi (compile-score 'my-score)) In the above "my-score" is the def-score I have defined. - Rangarajan
  3. Hi, When I evaluate: (interval-to-pitch '(2 2 1 2 2 2 1) :start 'c7) => (c7 d7 e7 f7 g7 a7 b7 c8) This is expected. But when I evaluate: (interval-to-pitch '(2 2 1 2 2 2 1) :start 'c8) => (c8 bb7 gs7 g7 f7 eb7 cs7 c7) Is this expected? - Rangarajan
  4. Quite interesting! Thanks for sharing. - Rangarajan
  5. Is that right? OK. For instance, if my forward prob is 0.9 and backward prob is 0.8, what will be the actual probabilities used internally? Also, what will be the "stationary" prob in that case? Regards, Rangarajan
  6. Hi, I have written a new article outlining the use of "gen-walk" function to create music in Opusmodus. You can check it out here. Hope you find it useful. Regards, Rangarajan
  7. Hi, I was looking at the documentation of "gen-walk" function and have a doubt. It is my understanding that the probability of "forward" and probability of "backward" can each range from 0 to 1, but the sum cannot be greater than 1. However, the sum could be less than 1. So, I think it is not correct to have forward probability as 1 and backward probability as 0.7. This would make the total exceed 1. However, it is OK to have forward probability as 0.3 and backward probability as 0.4. In this case the stationary probability would be 1 - 0.3 - 0.4 = 0.3 Am I correct
  8. Thanks Julio and Janusz. I will explore those tools. Regards, Rangarajan
  9. I found out I can do this in Camtasia. TechSmith Camtasia | Screen Recorder & Video Editor WWW.TECHSMITH.COM Camtasia 2020 makes it simple to record and create professional-looking videos on Windows and Mac. Regards, Rangarajan
  10. Hi, Suppose I want to send the generated music to someone else to just listen to the music, I would prefer to send it in MP3 format. Is there a way to save the generated score in MP3 format? If it is not supported, any other idea to get this done? Regards, Rangarajan
  11. Thanks Janusz, for the clarification. That only leaves the question about 3rd argument. Regards, Rangarajan
  12. You are correct, the third argument represents the starting point on the circle. It makes sense in terms of visualisation, but how does it affect the values returned by the expression? Sorry, I still do not understand :legato. In your example, you have said that legato removes rests and ties the notes. Even then, how does "s -s s s" become "e s s"? If I remove the rest, the list becomes "s s s" and then how does tie happen? Thanks for your help. Regards, Rangarajan
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