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  1. AM

    Help on WILDCARDS ? *

    often helpful in PATTERN MATCH things... (like in OPMO pattern-match-functions) here is a short IDEA for an octave-independent PITCH-PATTERN-MATCHP with possible WILDCARD, perhaps could help you... ;;;-------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; PITCH PATTERN-MATCHP octave-independent ;;;-------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; SUB (defun convert-pitch (pitches) (loop for i in pitches when (pitchp i) collect (compress (butlast (explode i))) else collect i)) ;;; MAIN (defun pitch-pattern-matchp (pitchlist pattern) (let ((pitchlist (convert-pitch pitchlist)) (pattern (convert-pitch pattern))) (pattern-matchp pitchlist pattern))) (pitch-pattern-matchp '(c4 d4 eb4 f4 g4) '(c ? e)) => nil (pitch-pattern-matchp '(c4 d4 eb4 f4 g4) '(c ? eb)) => t
  2. AM

    sorting algorithms

    a kind of MERGE-SORT -> sorry for bad coding i didn't find a better solution -> perhaps a new SORT for GEN-SORT... (defun kind-of-merge-sort (alist) (progn (setf alist (mcflatten (loop repeat 30 do (setf alist (loop for i in (gen-divide 2 alist) collect (sort-asc (flatten i)))) collect alist))) (loop repeat (length alist) for cnt = 0 then (incf cnt) when (not (equal (nth cnt alist) (nth (1+ cnt) alist))) collect (nth cnt alist)))) (list-plot (flatten (kind-of-merge-sort (rnd-order (gen-integer 0 20)))) :join-points t :point-radius 0 :style :fill)
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    how to keep omn-notation?

    thanx stephane! ...but when you have a look on the output... (gen-retrograde durations1 :omn t) => ((t s t) (t 13/96 3q) (5h = 3/35 7q = = = = 3/35 5h =) (3q 13/96 t) (t s t)) or with FLATTEN: (gen-retrograde (flatten durations1) :omn t) => (t s t 3q 13/96 t 5h = 3/35 7q = = = = 3/35 5h = t 13/96 3q t s t) the "original notation" with no troubles => ((t s t) (3q 3e_s. t) (5h 5h 5q_7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q_5q 5h 5h) (t s._3e 3q) (t s t))
  4. for some score-display it would be very very useful if when EVAL etc... (or use any of the OPMO-functions) OMN-notation would be displayed and not changing to RATIOS... have a look to this example: it's written like that, because then the display is very smart. when i use "rnd-pick" or other functions it changes from OMN to RATIO... very ugly then. is there an internal solution for that or another trick? thanx for help a. ;; NICE DISPLAY BY CMD3 (setf durations1 (list '(t s t) '(3q 3e_s. t) '(5h 5h 5q_7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q_5q 5h 5h) '(t s._3e 3q) '(t s t) )) => ((t s t) (3q 3e_s. t) (5h 5h 5q_7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q_5q 5h 5h) (t s._3e 3q) (t s t)) ;;; UGLY DISPLAY BY CMD3 because of the OPMO-fuction (gen-retrograde durations1) ;; should result the same rhythm => ((1/32 1/16 1/32) (1/32 13/96 1/12) (1/10 1/10 3/35 1/28 1/28 1/28 1/28 1/28 3/35 1/10 1/10) (1/12 13/96 1/32) (1/32 1/16 1/32)) ;;; the same (rnd-pick durations1) => (1/32 13/96 1/12) ;;; OKAY because LISP and not OPMO (nth 0 durations1) => (t s t) a practical example: ;;; WORKS => because in the last step it's on LISP-level (setf durations (list '(t s t) '(3q 3e_s. t) '(5h 5h 5q_7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q_5q 5h 5h) '(t s._3e 3q) '(t s t) '(t t t t) '(5q 5q 5q 5q 5q) '(3q 3q 3q) '(7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q))) (setf morph-list (flatten (gen-morph 7 '(0 1 2 3) '(4 5 6 7)))) ;;cmd3 (setf newdurations (loop for i in morph-list append (nth i durations))) ;;; DON'T WORK => because OMPO chanhig the format to RATIOS (setf durations1 (list '(t s t) '(3q 3e_s. t) '(5h 5h 5q_7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q_5q 5h 5h) '(t s._3e 3q) '(t s t))) (setf durations2 (list '(t t t t) '(5q 5q 5q 5q 5q) '(3q 3q 3q) '(7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q))) ;;cmd3 (setf newdurations (flatten (gen-morph 7 durations1 durations2)))
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    transpose-on-event-number

    with BAR and BEAT? that's great JANUSZ, you are always two steps ahead or "MILES AHEAD" (trumpeter's joke :-)) but WHEN will be the RELEASE? 🤓
  6. AM

    transpose-on-event-number

    thanx for the span-ignore-pause-HINT! ...but it makes no sense to me - when you are working with EVENTS (by numbering it) - to ignore some of them 😉 the idea behind this concept is, that you could work with a (finished) score by changing some parameters or enlarge rests - like a kind of "post-production". in this way it's not necessary to go deep inside you generating-algorithms, you can only change things a little bit like in a notation-software (i think it's on that level). some months ago i had the idea to do such changes (post...) by positions with BARS/BEATS - but at the moment i think it's much better to signify the EVENTS and work directly on them. less errors and easy to code such post...-functions.
  7. AM

    add-num-to-events

    to use the function which works on event-numbers, first you have to number it (the score), so that you could work with this afterwards... ;;; ADD numbers to text attributes (can do that in your setup), then ADD number to events ;;; have a look to the example. after that, easy to use REPLACE-ON-EVENT-NUMBER etc... (defun add-numbers-to-text-attributes (a b) (loop for i from a to b append (add-text-attributes (list (compress (list 'nr i)) (write-to-string i))))) (add-numbers-to-text-attributes 0 100) (defun add-num-to-events (omnlist) (loop for x in (single-events omnlist) for i from 0 to (length (single-events omnlist)) when (omn-formp x) collect (omn-replace :articulation (list (compress (list 'nr i))) x) else collect x)) ;;; evaluate cmd3 (setf seq (add-num-to-events '(-q q c4 mp -q -q e e e e e q c4 mp -q -q q c4 mp -q))) => ((-q) (q c4 mp nr1) (-q) (-q) (e c4 mp nr4) (e c4 mp nr5) (e c4 mp nr6) (e c4 mp nr7) (e c4 mp nr8) (q c4 mp nr9) (-q) (-q) (q c4 mp nr12) (-q))
  8. the same idea with INSERT/REPLACE (defun replace-on-event-number (omn-list &key position/list (type 'replace) (output nil)) (progn (setf omn-list (loop for i in (single-events omn-list) for cnt = 0 then (incf cnt) with position-list = (loop for x in position/list collect (car x)) with list = (loop for y in position/list collect (rest y)) with cnt2 = 0 when (= cnt (nth cnt2 position-list)) collect (cond ((equal type 'replace) (if (listp (nth cnt2 list)) (flatten (nth cnt2 list)) (nth cnt2 list))) ((equal type 'add) (list i (nth cnt2 list)))) else collect i when (and (= cnt (nth cnt2 position-list)) (< cnt (car (last position-list)))) do (incf cnt2))) (if (equal output 'flatten) (flatten omn-list) omn-list))) ;;; EXAMPLES REPLACE (replace-on-event-number '(q g4 -q q g4 g4 g4 -q g4 g4 g4 g4) :position/list '((1 (q g5d5)) (5 -q)) :type 'replace) => ((q g4 mf) (q g5d5) (q g4 mf) (q g4 mf) (q g4 mf) (-q) (q g4 mf) (q g4 mf) (q g4 mf) (q g4 mf)) (replace-on-event-number '(q g4 -q q g4 g4 g4 -q g4 g4 g4 g4) :position/list '((1 (q g5d5)) (5 -q)) :type 'replace :output 'flatten) => (q g4 mf q g5d5 q g4 mf q g4 mf q g4 mf -q q g4 mf q g4 mf q g4 mf q g4 mf) ;;; EXAMPLES ADD (replace-on-event-number '(q g4 -q q g4 g4 g4 -q g4 g4 g4 g4) :position/list '((1 -e.) (5 -w)) :type 'add :output nil) => ((q g4 mf) ((-q) (-e.)) (q g4 mf) (q g4 mf) (q g4 mf) ((-q) (-w)) (q g4 mf) (q g4 mf) (q g4 mf) (q g4 mf)) (replace-on-event-number '(q g4 -q q g4 g4 g4 -q g4 g4 g4 g4) :position/list '((1 (w g6 ffff)) (5 -w)) :type 'add :output 'flatten) => (q g4 mf -q w g6 ffff q g4 mf q g4 mf q g4 mf -q -w q g4 mf q g4 mf q g4 mf q g4 mf) ;;;;
  9. AM

    transpose-on-event-number

    it's not a common solution, only a specific for my project... 1) it should also work with chords - because it's made for EVENTS it's always one chord = one event 2) of course, you have to decide/check if you like to merge rests or not => because i'm filtering the texture by a binary-seq (binaries from a jpeg, like a sieve) it's not the idea to merge the rests, but you could do that in a seperate step. but in my case every note/event (before filtering) is numbered, so with/when BINARY-FILTER/SIEVE you will keep the numbering concise.
  10. AM

    transpose-on-event-number

    what you could do with it? a precise "projection on a curve" of a generated OMN (in this example: a 12-tone-row, which is been permuted (by a SORTING-algorithm) from start to end, till it's a symmetrical scale)
  11. greetings andré ;;; --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; because i'm working with numbered-events (to have some more control) i has to code ;;; a specific tranposition-function, which is transposing on specific spans/positions ;;; --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;;; SUB (defun and-span (n a b) (and (>= n a) (<= n b))) ;;; MAIN (defun transpose-on-event-number (omn-list &key positions/transpose-list) (loop for i in (single-events omn-list) for cnt = 0 then (incf cnt) with position-list = (loop for x in positions/transpose-list collect (car x)) with transpose-list = (loop for y in positions/transpose-list collect (rest y)) with cnt2 = 0 when (and (and-span cnt (car (nth cnt2 position-list)) (cadr (nth cnt2 position-list))) (not (length-restp (car (omn :length i))))) collect (pitch-transpose-n (nth cnt2 transpose-list) i) else collect i when (and (= cnt (cadr (nth cnt2 position-list))) (< cnt (cadar (last position-list)))) do (incf cnt2))) ;;; ZERO-based (like in lisp) (transpose-on-event-number '(q g4 -q q g4 g4 g4 g4 g4 g4 g4 g4) :positions/transpose-list '(((0 5) 1) ((6 7) -3) ((8 9) 12))) => ((q gs4 mf) (-q) (q gs4 mf) (q gs4 mf) (q gs4 mf) (q gs4 mf) (q e4 mf) (q e4 mf) (q g5 mf) (q g5 mf))
  12. AM

    Creating Custom Chord Symbols

    i think it's good and important to see that opusmodus is not a notation software (like sibelius/finale/dorico...). the potential is rightly in another area and i believe that it is important to keep the basic idea of opusmodus in focus (it's important to have restrictions/limitations) - and i think the development team is very aware of that . you can not have everything, but what is possible should be very very smart in its kind. the longer i work with opusmodus, the more i realize, for what i can use it ...and when I have to switch to another platform. and because it is so open, it is then possible for me to find solutions for my specific needs, by being able to program myself and not simply having to do what the existing tools / functions allow. okay i admit i'm a big fan of opusmodus, although i do not even compose with it but can try/simulate basic ideas of my work - doing abstract/new things and see what happens - like working in an LAB 🙂
  13. i coded a new/alternative version of LENGTH-INVERT. i used it for a so called BINARY-FILTER (for events) - have a look to the example and you see the reason. in some cases you will have a much better DISPLAY/SCORE, is there an OPMO version for that? greetings andré ;;; -------------------------------------------------------- ;;; VERSION WITH OPMO length-invert ;;; -------------------------------------------------------- (defun binary-filter-old (alist bin-list) (let ((event-list (cond ((omn-formp alist) (single-events alist)) (t alist)))) (flatten (loop for i in event-list for j in bin-list when (= j 1) collect i else append (list (length-invert (car i))))))) ;;; -------------------------------------------------------- ;;; VERSION WITH OWN length-invert ;;; -------------------------------------------------------- (defun binary-filter* (alist bin-list) (let ((event-list (cond ((omn-formp alist) (single-events alist)) (t alist)))) (flatten (loop for i in event-list for j in bin-list when (= j 1) collect i else append (list (length-invert** (car i))))))) (defun length-invert** (length-val) (append (compress (list '- length-val)))) EXAMPLE WITH THE ORIGINAL VERSION: ;;; EXAMPLE => complex rhythms (setf omn-seq (make-omn :length '(t s t 3q 3e_s. t 5h 5h 5q_7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q_5q 5h 5h t s._3e 3q t s t) :pitch '(a4))) ;;; when you use my BINARY-FILTER_OLD which has the OPMO length-invert you will get a strange display-result (looks bad) ;; have a look with cmd3 (binary-filter-old omn-seq '(0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1)) => (-1/32 s a4 mf -1/32 3q a4 mf -13/96 t a4 mf -1/10 5h a4 mf -3/35 7q a4 mf -1/28 7q a4 mf -1/28 7q a4 mf 7q_5q a4 mf 5h a4 mf 5h a4 mf t a4 mf s._3e a4 mf 3q a4 mf) EXAMPLE WITH USING THE ALTERNATIVE VERSION: ;;; EXAMPLE => complex rhythms (setf omn-seq (make-omn :length '(t s t 3q 3e_s. t 5h 5h 5q_7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q 7q_5q 5h 5h t s._3e 3q t s t) :pitch '(a4))) ;;; when you use the new BINARY-FILTER with the new length-invert** ;; have a look with cmd3 (binary-filter* omn-seq '(0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1)) => (-t s a4 mf -t 3q a4 mf -3e_s. t a4 mf -5h 5h a4 mf -5q_7q 7q a4 mf -7q 7q a4 mf -7q 7q a4 mf 7q_5q a4 mf 5h a4 mf 5h a4 mf t a4 mf s._3e a4 mf 3q a4 mf) ;;; you see the FORMAT (-3e_s.) didn't changed in the rests (not -13/96), so it will be displayed well
  14. ;;; FUNCTION: for some coding-cases i needed THIS function, to keep the OMN-notation ;;; and not to change to RATIO (otherwise i got strange results in NOTATION because the "ties are gone") (defun length-invert** (length-val) (append (compress (list '- length-val)))) ;;; EXAMPLES ;;; new => keeps OMN (length-invert** (car '(q e4 mp))) => -q ; in this case i wanted to keep the format with tie (length-invert** (car '(3q_q e4 mp))) => -3q_q ;;; original => changes to ratio (length-invert (car '(q e4 mp))) => -1/4 ; no tie here! i was in trouble :-) (length-invert (car '(3q_q e4 mp))) => -1/3
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    Make-chord-if-length study

    i get an error... when i evaluate this (setf with-ch1 (omn-articulation-processor map (pitch-ornament (make-chord-if-length flow1 :interval-list '((-7 -19 3 9)(-4 -16 3 7) (-5 -17 4 12)(-3 -15 7)) :cycle nil :relative t :seed 729358 )))) > Error: OMN Parse Error: fail > While executing: omn-to-ast, in process Listener-2(13). > Type cmd-. to abort, cmd-\ for a list of available restarts. > Type :? for other options. ... problem seems to be: "omn-articulation-processor"
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