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  1. AM

    bug -> rhythm-values

    very nice :-)
  2. interesting bug: have a look at the 1/20-layer (c6) -> midi sounds correct (!), notation is wrong ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; (setf duration1 '(8 5 3 2 3 5 8)) (setf duration2 '(8 5 3 2 3 5 8)) (setf duration3 '(8 5 3 2 3 5 8)) (setf voices (merge-voices (make-omn :length (gen-length duration1 1/20) :pitch '(c6)) (make-omn :length (gen-length duration2 1/32) :pitch '(b4)) (make-omn :length(gen-length duration3 1/8) :pitch '(as2)))) (def-score voices (:key-signature '(c maj) :time-signature '(4 4) :tempo '(60)) (piano :omn voices :channel 1 :sound 'gm :program 0)) (display-midi (compile-score 'voices) :display :quick-view) ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
  3. don't know if somthing like that exists... generates "stacc"-rhythms = splitting lengths for example 7/32 to 1/32 -6/32 (works with single values or lists) -> only "1 bug"... when i want to do this with 4/32 -> then lisp *reduces it" to 1/8, so it don't work for such rhythms...?!? any ideas? thanx a. ;;;FUNCTION (defun gen-stacc (n) (if (numberp n) (if (> (numerator n) 1) (list (/ 1 (denominator n)) (/ (* -1 (- (numerator n) 1)) (denominator n))) (list n)) (loop for i in n append (if (> (numerator i) 1) (list (/ 1 (denominator i)) (/ (* -1 (- (numerator i) 1)) (denominator i))) (list i))))) ;;;EXAMPLES (gen-stacc '(7/32 9/32 17/32)) (gen-stacc 4/32)
  4. AM

    "gen-stacc" -> question

    thanx! i know that 4/32 = 1/8 -> but i would like to calculate with 4/32 -> numinator/denominator and not with 1/8 :-)
  5. AM

    hysteresis-function

    "hysterical" with a value-list = multiple states :-) ;;;; SUBFUNCTIONS (defun weighted-random (list) (loop for item in list with rand-num = (random (loop for x in list sum (second x))) for add = (second item) then (+ add (second item)) when (< rand-num add) return (first item))) (defun weighted-t/nil (on-weight) (let ((off-weight (- 1 on-weight))) (weighted-random (list (list 't on-weight) (list 'nil off-weight))))) (weighted-t/nil 0.5) ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;;; MAINFUNCTION (defun binary-hysteresis-1.2 (&key number-of-values (value-list '((0 1) (4 0) (0 1) (4 7))) (start-weight 0.1) (sensitivity 0.02) (static 1.0)) (loop repeat number-of-values with weight = start-weight with cnt1 = 0 with cnt-v = 0 when (equal (weighted-t/nil weight) 'nil) collect (first (nth cnt-v value-list)) else collect (second (nth cnt-v value-list)) and do (incf cnt1) when (= cnt1 3) do (setq weight (+ weight sensitivity) cnt1 0) when (> weight static) do (incf cnt-v) and do (setq weight start-weight) when (= cnt-v (length value-list)) do (setq cnt-v 0))) ;;example (length-list-plot (binary-hysteresis-1.2 :number-of-values 600 :start-weight 0.1 :sensitivity 0.05 :value-list '((0 1) (10 2) (7 3)) :static 2.0))
  6. here is a little function, to use or optimize... greetings andré ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;;; a little lisp-function that's switches by a "hysteresis" from one value to the other ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;;; could be used for any-value ;;;; :start-weight -> tendency at the beginning ;;;; :sensitivity -> change-step of tendency when switch/match ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;;; subfunctions (defun weighted-random (list) (loop for item in list with rand-num = (random (loop for x in list sum (second x))) for add = (second item) then (+ add (second item)) when (< rand-num add) return (first item))) (defun weighted-t/nil (on-weight) (let ((off-weight (- 1 on-weight))) (weighted-random (list (list 't on-weight) (list 'nil off-weight))))) (weighted-t/nil 0.5) ;;;; mainfunction (defun binary-hysteresis-1.0 (&key number-of-values (values '(0 1)) (start-weight 0.1) (sensitivity 0.02)) (loop repeat number-of-values with weight = start-weight with cnt = 0 when (equal (weighted-t/nil weight) 'nil) collect (first values) else collect (second values) and do (incf cnt) when (= cnt 3) do (setq weight (+ weight sensitivity) cnt 0))) ;;;; example with 0/1 (length-list-plot (binary-hysteresis-1.0 :number-of-values 200 :values '(0 1) :start-weight 0.1 :sensitivity 0.07)) ;;;; example with two pitches (make-omn :pitch (binary-hysteresis-1.0 :number-of-values 200 :values '(c4 c5) :start-weight 0.05 :sensitivity 0.1) :length (gen-repeat 200 '(1/32)))
  7. AM

    gen-sym-markov

    ;;;;small function -> create symmetrical lists (palindrom) with markov (for generating half-seq) (setf transition '((1 (4 1) (5 1) (-6 2)) (2 (5 2) (4 1)) (3 (4 1)) (4 (5 1) (2 1)) (5 (1 3) (-6 2) (4 1)) (-6 (4 1) (3 2)) (7 (1 1) (-6 1)))) ;;;FUNCTION (defun gen-sym-markov (&key seq-length transition-matrix) (let ((vals 0)) ;falls seq-length = liste, werden positive werte gezählt und neu ;seq-length (= angepasst, formatunabhängig) (if (listp seq-length) (setq seq-length (car (last (loop for i in seq-length with cnt = 0 when (> i 0) collect (incf cnt)))))) ;entscheindung grad/ungrad (if (evenp seq-length) (progn (setq vals (gen-markov-from-transitions transition-matrix :size (/ seq-length 2) :start (rnd-pick (flatten (filter-first 1 transition-matrix))))) (append vals (reverse vals))) (progn (setq vals (gen-markov-from-transitions transition-matrix :size (/ (- seq-length 1) 2) :start (rnd-pick (flatten (filter-first 1 transition-matrix))))) (append vals (list (rnd-pick (flatten (filter-first 1 transition-matrix)))) (reverse vals)))))) ;;;;EXAMPLE (gen-sym-markov :seq-length 8 :transition-matrix transition)
  8. AM

    hysteresis-function

    BINARY-HYSTERESIS-1.1 version with :start-point (default is ( / numbers-of-values 2)) it's interesting to play with :tendency and :start-weight for example -> start-weight = high (ca. 0.5) -> oscillation is beginning quickly (at start-point) but when tendency is low it needs time to switch definitly... etc... (defun binary-hysteresis-1.1 (&key number-of-values (values '(0 1)) (start-weight 0.1) (sensitivity 0.02) (start-point (if (evenp number-of-values) (/ number-of-values 2) (/ (1- number-of-values) 2)))) (loop repeat number-of-values with weight = start-weight with cnt1 = 0 for cnt2 = 0 then (incf cnt2) when (or (equal (weighted-t/nil weight) 'nil) (< cnt2 start-point)) collect (first values) else collect (second values) and do (incf cnt1) when (= cnt1 3) do (setq weight (+ weight sensitivity) cnt1 0))) ;;;; example with 0/1 (length-list-plot (binary-hysteresis-1.1 :number-of-values 200 :values '(0 1) :start-weight 0.4 :sensitivity 0.05 :start-point 80))
  9. AM

    hysteresis-function

    you are wright! :-) violà!! have a look to the edited post! there was also a "BUG" in the code, now it's seems okay!!
  10. i would like to define my own articulations (because in CONTIMBRE http://www.contimbre.com you have lot of possibilities with programm-changes... and for mapping i have to define it properly) ::::::::::::::: (setq articulations '(arco - - pizz - -));; -> that works fine because ord-omn (setq articulations '(arco - - pizz - - legno-battuto - whatever - - - - );; -> i would like to write such user-defined expressions -> is there a possibilty? ::::::::::::::: (setq vn (make-omn :length lengths :pitch pitches :articulation articulations)) ;; but here is the omn-error with my own expressions, is there any solution? ::::::::::::::: if it would work i could map like this: (def-sound-set gm-violin :programs (:group violin arco 40 legno-battuto 50 pizz 60 whatever 70)) (def-score example (:key-signature 'chromatic :time-signature '(4 4) :tempo '(q 70) :layout (violin-layout 'violin)) (violin :omn vn :channel 1 :sound 'gm-violin)) :::::::::::::::
  11. AM

    articulations in OMN

    so, will be possible as technique/program-change? :-)
  12. in an OMN-stream i have (because of a special generating-algorithm) "always the same expressions" ... for example: (s a4 p ord -h s bb4 ord t cs5 f ord -w_e. s c5 mf ord t b4 p ord -q_t s d5 mf ponte cs5 ponte gs4 ffff pizz a4 mf ponte bb4 ponte f4 ponte h_e e4 ppp tasto) is there a function who reduces it at a minimum... one time ord then next ponte etc... (like length-rest-merge, but for the expressions) thanxs a.
  13. i woud like to replace a pitch by a new omn-sequence. so i have to match/eliminate the length too... is there a function anywhere? for example -> the "h gs5" '(e fs4 c5 -w h gs5 -w e. d5 h cs5) replace this values with another omn-seq, but how? i could do something like this (in ord. lisp), but then i get in trouble with the lengths (loop for i in '(e fs4 c5 -w h gs5 -w e. d5 h cs5) when (equal i 'gs5) collect '(e. gs5 ppp g5 e_t f5 d5) else collect i) -> '(e fs4 c5 -w h (e. gs5 ppp g5 e_t f5 d5) -w e. d5 h cs5) ...so the last length-val before the insert has to be eliminated too (here: h (e. gs5 ...)) ... otherwise is gonna be wrong. thanx for help a.
  14. AM

    single-pitch-transpose

    thanks! it's not in the library yet?
  15. ;;; i coded this little function because i wanted to transpose a single pitch without having ;;; a list as output: in the library (pitch-transpose -12 '(c4)) -> (c3) ;;; (or is there such a function/format already in the library?) (defun single-pitch-transpose (pitch interval &key (midi-output 'nil)) (if (numberp pitch) (if (equal midi-output 'nil) (midi-to-pitch (+ interval pitch)) (+ interval pitch)) (if (equal midi-output 'nil) (midi-to-pitch (+ interval (pitch-to-midi pitch))) (+ interval (pitch-to-midi pitch))))) ;;example1 -> omn-in omn-out (single-pitch-transpose 'c4 -12) ;;example2 -> omn-in midi-out (single-pitch-transpose 'c4 -12 :midi-output t) ;;example3 -> midi-in omn-out (single-pitch-transpose 60 -12) ;;example4 -> midi-in midi-out (single-pitch-transpose 60 -12 :midi-output t) regards, AM
  16. AM

    articulation-merge?

    but is it possible to fix it, when i make a disassemble-omn and delete all "immediate repetitions" of the articulations? that seems to be a solution -> (clear-articulations omn-list), it works works correct for my code. regards andré (defun clear-articulations (omn-list) (make-omn :pitch (omn :pitch omn-list) :length (omn :length omn-list) :velocity (omn :velocity omn-list) :articulation (append (list '-) (loop repeat (length (omn :articulation omn-list)) with cnt = 0 with art = (omn :articulation omn-list) when (not (equal (nth cnt art) (nth (+ cnt 1) art))) collect (nth (+ cnt 1) art) else collect '- do (incf cnt)))))
  17. AM

    omn-test?

    thank you, that works! andré
  18. AM

    omn-test?

    short question... is there (deep in the library) a function who tests if a list is in OMN-format or not? like that: (omn-test '(t gs4 f ord -e_t s f4 mf ord -w_s)) -> 't thanx for a quick answer andré
  19. AM

    Après la pluie Trio

    ...and of course... how you want to work - what's important or not, if you have/want to to work fast or slow, if you are interested in tools/workflow - it depends on in which style/genre/... you are working in. of course it's different if you produce dance/filmmusic-tracks, if you want to imitate and explore "old styles" or if you are more into "avantgard-scene-music" (whatever that should be)... ...but, i think it's interesting to think about such things.
  20. AM

    Après la pluie Trio

    a critical statement... i think by working with opusmodus (or PWGL or CM or whatever) there come up some "asthetical traps"... #1 -> using the predefined "tools" (and not programming/thinking it for youself) could be like "cooking convenience food" (nice to produce fast and smart, but im my view not for ...) #2 -> confound (?) the complexity of the algorithm with the "complexity of the musical structure" (inherent and historically) ... for example you can realize that in BOULEZ "répons" #3 -> perhaps... you will only do, what the predefined "tools" can do #4 ? ... ...whatelse could you imagine? regards, andré
  21. AM

    articulations in OMN

    a new question/wish for piano or any special-techniques on any instrument like perhaps: "guirro fingernail" or "hit the conductor!" :-), i would like to write this as a articulation/technique-name (like now pizz..).. so that i could map it with (def-sound-set..) thanx! andré
  22. AM

    articulations in OMN

    (def-sound-set gm-violin :programs (:group violin ord 40 tasto 42 ponte 44 pizz 46 slap 48 legno-batt 50 batt+legno 60 ;;; -> no program-change sended arco 52))
  23. AM

    articulations in OMN

    thank you!! it works with the "define articulations names", but not with "+" = it sends no programm-change (but written "legno battuto" in score...) ?
  24. AM

    Beginner: Slonimsky 648 as a function

    in lisp -> create OMN with (midi-to-pitch)... (setq half-row (loop repeat 13 with interval with stack = 60 with cnt = 0 when (oddp cnt) do (setq interval 13) when (evenp cnt) do (setq interval -11) when (= cnt 0) collect stack else collect (setq stack (+ stack interval)) do (incf cnt))) (midi-to-pitch (append half-row (reverse (butlast half-row))))
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