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    AM got a reaction from opmo in expand/compress a melody   
    a sketch...
     
    ;;; EXPAND/COMPRESS the intervals of a melody inside a pitchfield or tonality ;;; please evaluate the example and have a look to the contours ;;; subfunction (defun position-items (items alist) (loop for item in items append (position-item item alist))) ;;; function (defun compr/expand-melody (melody field &key (type 'add) (n 1)) (let* ((ints (loop for i in (difference (position-items (pitch-to-midi melody) (pitch-to-midi field))) collect (cond ((equal type 'add) (cond ((<= i -1) (- i n)) ((>= i 1) (+ i n)) (t i))) ((equal type 'factor) (cond ((or (< i -1) (> i 1)) (* i n)) (t i))))))) (position-filter (interval-to-integer ints :start (car (position-items melody field))) field))) ;;; expand 1 (progn (setf seed (random 100)) (pitch-list-plot (list (compr/expand-melody (rnd-sample 6 (gen-sieve '(c4 c6) '(2 1) :type :pitch) :seed seed) (gen-sieve '(c2 c9) '(2 1) :type :pitch) :type 'add :n 2) (compr/expand-melody (rnd-sample 6 (gen-sieve '(c4 c6) '(2 1) :type :pitch) :seed seed) (gen-sieve '(c2 c9) '(2 1) :type :pitch) :type 'add :n 5) (rnd-sample 6 (gen-sieve '(c4 c6) '(2 1) :type :pitch) :seed seed)) :join-points t)) ;;; compress (progn (setf seed (random 100)) (pitch-list-plot (list (compr/expand-melody (rnd-sample 6 (gen-sieve '(c4 c6) '(2 1) :type :pitch) :seed seed) (gen-sieve '(c2 c9) '(2 1) :type :pitch) :type 'add :n -2) (compr/expand-melody (rnd-sample 6 (gen-sieve '(c4 c6) '(2 1) :type :pitch) :seed seed) (gen-sieve '(c2 c9) '(2 1) :type :pitch) :type 'add :n -1) (rnd-sample 6 (gen-sieve '(c4 c6) '(2 1) :type :pitch) :seed seed)) :join-points t)) ;;; expand 2 (progn (setf seed (random 100)) (pitch-list-plot (list (compr/expand-melody (rnd-sample 6 (gen-sieve '(c5 c6) '(2 1) :type :pitch) :seed seed) (gen-sieve '(c1 c9) '(2 1) :type :pitch) :type 'factor :n 2) (rnd-sample 6 (gen-sieve '(c5 c6) '(2 1) :type :pitch) :seed seed)) :join-points t)) ;;; expand 3 (progn (setf seed (random 100)) (pitch-list-plot (list (compr/expand-melody (rnd-sample 11 (gen-sieve '(c4 c5) '(2 1 1) :type :pitch) :seed seed) (gen-sieve '(c1 c9) '(2 1 1) :type :pitch) :type 'add :n 2) (compr/expand-melody (rnd-sample 11 (gen-sieve '(c4 c5) '(2 1 1) :type :pitch) :seed seed) (gen-sieve '(c1 c9) '(2 1 1) :type :pitch) :type 'add :n 3) (compr/expand-melody (rnd-sample 11 (gen-sieve '(c4 c5) '(2 1 1) :type :pitch) :seed seed) (gen-sieve '(c1 c9) '(2 1 1) :type :pitch) :type 'add :n 5) (compr/expand-melody (rnd-sample 11 (gen-sieve '(c4 c5) '(2 1 1) :type :pitch) :seed seed) (gen-sieve '(c1 c9) '(2 1 1) :type :pitch) :type 'add :n 7) (rnd-sample 11 (gen-sieve '(c4 c5) '(2 1 1) :type :pitch) :seed seed)) :join-points t))  
     
    some evaluations -> different melodic contours (rnd / in a sieve) and its expansions
     

    Bildschirmaufnahme 2019-05-25 um 22.49.52.mov  

    Bildschirmaufnahme 2019-05-25 um 23.14.57.mov  
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    AM got a reaction from Stephane Boussuge in maxmsp and lisp?   
    yesterday we tried to implement/start maxlispj on MAX 8 
     
    http://sites.music.columbia.edu/brad/maxlispj/
     
    maxlispj is from 2011, it works more or less in MAX 8 / MOJAVE, but not stable enough. perhaps there will a be some better solutiuons in the future...
     
    greetings
    andré
     
     
     
     
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    AM reacted to opmo in sorting chords   
    Here it is:
    (chord-progression '(g2g3 a2a4 a2a3 g2d4 g2g4 a2e4)) => (g2g3 g2d4 g2g4 a2a3 a2e4 a2a4) (chord-progression '(g2g3 a2a4 a2a3 g2d4 g2g4 a2e4) :sort 'high) => (g2g3 a2a3 g2d4 a2e4 g2g4 a2a4)  
    The CHORD-PROGRESSION function will be part of the next release.
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    AM got a reaction from opmo in conTimbre library + pitchbend   
    dear all
     
    conTimbre-library works (in the next update) perfect with TUNING  (midi-pitchbend) and PAN now. thanx to thomas hummel and janusz!
    here are some simple sound examples...
     
    ct-micro+pan2.aiff
    ct-micro+pan3.aiff
    ct-micro+pan.aiff
    ct-micro+pan4.aiff
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    AM got a reaction from opmo in conTimbre library + pitchbend   
    I got a trial version of the new conTimbre-player-maxpatch (from thomas hummel), now the opusmodus-tuning also works well in conTimbre.
    I think it will be in the next update ... 🙂
     
    ...i like it more in cents then in float...
    (defun cents-to-tuning (centlist) (a*x 0.01 centlist)) (cents-to-tuning '(-14 +50 5)) => (-0.14 0.5 0.049999997)  
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    AM got a reaction from RST in add-rnd-dust to lengths   
    an example: 
     
    this is the BASIC-version (without "dust"):
    all mapped in 1/32 - retrograde sorting processes (with GEN-SORT):
    pitch-process from chromatic to 12tone-row (by sort) and from sorted length-values (all 1/32,
    then all 1/16 etc... to more complex/mixed pattern (by sort))
     

     
     
    with this setup:
     

     
     
    the result with some "dust":
    if you you have a look to the span-list above (compare with the new score) you will see:
    no change at the beginning, then more and more randomized (or made flexible).
     

     
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    AM got a reaction from JulioHerrlein in Parsimonious Voice Leading (again): attempts to provide an algorithm   
    (ambitus-octaves 'c3 2 (closest-path '(b3eb5g3 cs6e7gs3 b4f5g6 f7e5c2 d4f7e4 gs7e2a8))) => (g3b3eb4 gs3cs4e4 b3g3f4 c4f3e4 d4e4f3 e4gs3a3) or you could put this two FUNCTIONS into ONE =>  (closest-path*...
    just take all the values/arguments from the basic version and add the octave-thing?
     
    greetings
    andré
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    AM reacted to opmo in Opusmodus 1.3.24805   
    1.3.24805 
     
    – New functions:
     closest-path  comparative-closest-path  relative-closest-path  
    – Changes:
     CHORD-CLOSEST-PATH renamed to COMPARATIVE-CLOSEST-PATH.
     CHORD-RELATIVE-PATH renamed to RELATIVE-CLOSEST-PATH.
     A new keyword :lc (live coding) added to PS function.
     The default DEF-UNFOLD-SET set name renamed to om.
    :variant and :relative keywords removed from HARMONIC-PROGRESSION function.
     
    – Fixed:
     HARMONIC-PROGRESSION
     HARMONIC-PATH
     PITCH-VARIANT
     PITCH-ROW 
     
    – Documentation updates.
    – 'Quick Start' workspace update.
     
     
    VOICE LEADING FUNCTIONS
     
    CLOSEST-PATH
     
    The function CLOSEST-PATH returns a series of chords taking the closest path to the previous chord.
     
    (closest-path '(b4g4e4c4 c5a4e4f4 b4a4f4d4 b4g4e4d4))
    (closest-path '(c4e4g4 c5e5a5 e5fs5a5b5 d5f5bb5d6 g4c5d5f5))  

     
    (closest-path '(c4e4g4 c5e5a5 e5fs5a5b5 d5f5bb5d6 g4c5d5f5)               :start 'c3eb4f5d5)  
     

     
    (closest-path '(g5 cs3f3bb3gs4c5d5 fs5 a5b5eb6e6g2 cs3f3bb3gs4                 c5 d5fs5a5b5 eb6e6g2cs3 f3 bb3gs4c5 d5fs5a5                 b5eb6e6g2cs3f3 bb3 gs4c5d5fs5 a5b5 eb6e6g2cs3f3                 bb3gs4c5d5 fs5 a5b5eb6e6g2cs3 f3bb3gs4 c5                 d5fs5a5b5 eb6 e6g2cs3f3))  

     
    (closest-path '(g5 cs3f3bb3gs4c5d5 fs5 a5b5eb6e6g2 cs3f3bb3gs4                 c5 d5fs5a5b5 eb6e6g2cs3 f3 bb3gs4c5 d5fs5a5                 b5eb6e6g2cs3f3 bb3 gs4c5d5fs5 a5b5 eb6e6g2cs3f3                 bb3gs4c5d5 fs5 a5b5eb6e6g2cs3 f3bb3gs4 c5                 d5fs5a5b5 eb6 e6g2cs3f3)               :start 'c3eb4f5d6)  

     
    (closest-path '((eb3f3a3 f3a3b3 g3bb3cs4 e3g3bb3)                 (g4bb4cs5 bb4cs5e5 b4eb5f5 a4b4eb5)                 (b3eb4f4 eb4f4a4 e4fs4bb4 c4e4fs4)))  

    (closest-path '((eb3f3a3 f3a3b3 g3bb3cs4 e3g3bb3)                 (g4bb4cs5 bb4cs5e5 b4eb5f5 a4b4eb5)                 (b3eb4f4 eb4f4a4 e4fs4bb4 c4e4fs4)))               :start '(c3eb4 f5d5 eb4f5))  

     
     
     
     
    COMPARATIVE-CLOSEST-PATH
     
    The function COMPARATIVE-CLOSEST-PATH returns a series of chords taking the comparatively closest path to the previous chord, derived from randomising the pitch order of a given chord before the ‘find closest interval’ process.
     
    (comparative-closest-path '(b4g4e4c4 c5a4e4f4 b4a4f4d4 b4g4e4d4))
     
     
    Etc…
     
    (comparative-closest-path '(c4e4g4 c5e5a5 e5fs5a5b5 d5f5bb5d6 g4c5d5f5))  

     
    Etc…
     
     
    (comparative-closest-path '(c4e4g4 c5e5a5 e5fs5a5b5 d5f5bb5d6 g4c5d5f5)                           :start 'c3eb4f5d5)  

     
    Etc…
     
    (comparative-closest-path '(g5 cs3f3bb3gs4c5d5 fs5 a5b5eb6e6g2 cs3f3bb3gs4                             c5 d5fs5a5b5 eb6e6g2cs3 f3 bb3gs4c5 d5fs5a5                             b5eb6e6g2cs3f3 bb3 gs4c5d5fs5 a5b5 eb6e6g2cs3f3                             bb3gs4c5d5 fs5 a5b5eb6e6g2cs3 f3bb3gs4 c5                             d5fs5a5b5 eb6 e6g2cs3f3))  

     
    Etc…
     
    (comparative-closest-path '(g5 cs3f3bb3gs4c5d5 fs5 a5b5eb6e6g2 cs3f3bb3gs4                             c5 d5fs5a5b5 eb6e6g2cs3 f3 bb3gs4c5 d5fs5a5                             b5eb6e6g2cs3f3 bb3 gs4c5d5fs5 a5b5 eb6e6g2cs3f3                             bb3gs4c5d5 fs5 a5b5eb6e6g2cs3 f3bb3gs4 c5                             d5fs5a5b5 eb6 e6g2cs3f3)                           :start 'c3eb4f5d6)  

     
    Etc...
     
    (comparative-closest-path '((eb3f3a3 f3a3b3 g3bb3cs4 e3g3bb3)                             (g4bb4cs5 bb4cs5e5 b4eb5f5 a4b4eb5)                             (b3eb4f4 eb4f4a4 e4fs4bb4 c4e4fs4)))  

     
    Etc…
     
    (comparative-closest-path '((eb3f3a3 f3a3b3 g3bb3cs4 e3g3bb3)                             (g4bb4cs5 bb4cs5e5 b4eb5f5 a4b4eb5)                             (b3eb4f4 eb4f4a4 e4fs4bb4 c4e4fs4))                           :start '(c3eb4 f5d5 eb4f5))  

     
     
    Etc…
     
    With seed and 4 results:
    (gen-eval 4 '(comparative-closest-path               '(b4g4e4c4 c5a4e4f4 b4a4f4d4 b4g4e4d4)               :start '(c3c4c5c5)) :seed 23)  

     
     
     
     
     
    RELATIVE-CLOSEST-PATH
     
    The function RELATIVE-CLOSEST-PATH generates cartesian series of intervals form a given chord. It then selects randomly the relative closest path (transition) to the previous chord.
     
    (relative-closest-path '(b4g4e4c4 c5a4e4f4 b4a4f4d4 b4g4e4d4))  


     
    Etc…
     
    (relative-closest-path '(c4e4g4 c5e5a5 e5fs5a5b5 d5f5bb5d6 g4c5d5f5))  

     
    Etc…
     
    (relative-closest-path '(c4e4g4 c5e5a5 e5fs5a5b5 d5f5bb5d6 g4c5d5f5)                        :start 'c3eb4f5d5)  

     
    Etc…
     
    (relative-closest-path '(g5 cs3f3bb3gs4c5d5 fs5 a5b5eb6e6g2 cs3f3bb3gs4                          c5 d5fs5a5b5 eb6e6g2cs3 f3 bb3gs4c5 d5fs5a5                          b5eb6e6g2cs3f3 bb3 gs4c5d5fs5 a5b5 eb6e6g2cs3f3                          bb3gs4c5d5 fs5 a5b5eb6e6g2cs3 f3bb3gs4 c5                          d5fs5a5b5 eb6 e6g2cs3f3))  

     
    Etc…
     
    (relative-closest-path '(g5 cs3f3bb3gs4c5d5 fs5 a5b5eb6e6g2 cs3f3bb3gs4                          c5 d5fs5a5b5 eb6e6g2cs3 f3 bb3gs4c5 d5fs5a5                          b5eb6e6g2cs3f3 bb3 gs4c5d5fs5 a5b5 eb6e6g2cs3f3                          bb3gs4c5d5 fs5 a5b5eb6e6g2cs3 f3bb3gs4 c5                          d5fs5a5b5 eb6 e6g2cs3f3)                        :start 'c3eb4f5d6)  

     
    Etc…
     
    (relative-closest-path '((eb3f3a3 f3a3b3 g3bb3cs4 e3g3bb3)                          (g4bb4cs5 bb4cs5e5 b4eb5f5 a4b4eb5)                          (b3eb4f4 eb4f4a4 e4fs4bb4 c4e4fs4)))  

     
    Etc…
     
    (relative-closest-path '((eb3f3a3 f3a3b3 g3bb3cs4 e3g3bb3)                          (g4bb4cs5 bb4cs5e5 b4eb5f5 a4b4eb5)                          (b3eb4f4 eb4f4a4 e4fs4bb4 c4e4fs4))                        :start '(c3eb4 f5d5 eb4f5))  

     
    Etc…
     
    (gen-eval 4 '(relative-closest-path               '(b4g4e4c4 c5a4e4f4 b4a4f4d4 b4g4e4d4)) :seed 542) => ((c4e4g4b4 c4e4f4a4 a3b3d4f4 d4e4g4b4)     (c4e4g4b4 e4f4a4c5 d4f4a4b4 b3e4g4d5)     (g3e4b4c5 e3f4a4c5 d3a4b4f5 d3g4b4e5)     (g3e4b4c5 a3f4c5e5 f3a4b4d5 d3e4g4b4))  

     
     
     
     
    Live Coding option in PS function

    The :play :lc (live coding) option allows you to send the result of a PS function to ‘Live Coding Instrument’ in a live coding performance.
     
    (progn   (setf    mat '((-w.)          (h. eb4 pp q g3 -e q gs4 mf -s a5 p tie)          (e. a5 -e q bb4 mf -s q cs5 p -s q. e5 mf -e.)          (q cs5 p h. d5 mf -q c5 pp tie)          (h c5 pp h. gs3 -e a4 p<)          (h. fs5 mp q bb3 c5 p e4 mf tie)          (h e4 -e q cs4 mp h d5 p e f4)          (q d4 pp s eb4 < leg g4 < leg bb4 < leg a4 q. cs5 mf -e             3q gs5 > leg fs5 > leg c5 > b4 > leg f4 leg e4)          (t d4 p< leg eb4 < leg g4 f leg bb4 q. a4 marc             t fs4 mf leg gs4 leg e. c5 e b4 t f5 leg e5 leg d5 leg eb5             3q bb5 > a4 > bb5 > e a4 pp stacc -e)))      (setf    v1 (filter-density '(0.7 0.1 0.2 0.0 0.2 0.3 0.3) mat :type :length)    v2 (filter-density '(0.0 0.2 0.0 0.2 0.2 0.4 0.3) mat :type :length)    v3 (filter-density '(0.2 0.7 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.2) mat :type :length)    v4 (filter-density '(0.0 0.2 0.2 0.7 0.2 0.2 0.7) mat :type :length))      (setf    vn1 (unfold 'om '(t7 dyn bti vn) v1)    vn2 (unfold 'om '(t7 v? dyn bti vn) v2)    vla (unfold 'om '(v? ra dyn bti va) v3)    vlc (unfold 'om '(t-12 t-5 v? a-12-12 dyn bti vc) v4))      (ps 'gm :sq (list vn1 vn2 vla vlc) :tempo 68 :play :lc)   )  
     
     
    QUICK START WORKSPACE

    To update your 'Quick Start' workspace to the latest version you need to delete the 'Quick Start' folder from the Opusmodus directory first.
    After the deletion go to the Opusmodus menu 'Help' and select 'Install Quick Start Workspace'.
    To open the new 'Quick Start' workspace file simply select 'Open Quick Start Workspace' form the 'Help' menu.
     
    That's all for now,
    best wishes,
    Janusz
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    AM got a reaction from opmo in add-rnd-dust to lengths   
    i already did that 🙂
    (defun add-rnd-dust (omnseq &key (span '(0.1)) (seed nil) (quantize '(1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9)) (scale 1.0) (tolerance 0.05)) (let ((rhy (omn :length omnseq)) (sp)) (progn (setf rhy (loop with cnt = 0 for i in rhy do (setf sp (nth cnt span)) when (not (null seed)) do (incf seed) when (> i 0) collect (+ i (car (rnd-number 1 0.0 (* i sp) :seed seed))) else collect (- i (car (rnd-number 1 0.0 (* i sp) :seed seed))) when (< cnt (1- (length span))) do (incf cnt))) (make-omn :length (quantize (float-to-ratio rhy :ratio 1/1) quantize :scale scale :tolerance tolerance) :pitch (omn :pitch omnseq) :velocity (omn :velocity omnseq) :articulation (omn :articulation omnseq)))))  
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    AM got a reaction from opmo in add-rnd-dust to lengths   
    an example: 
     
    this is the BASIC-version (without "dust"):
    all mapped in 1/32 - retrograde sorting processes (with GEN-SORT):
    pitch-process from chromatic to 12tone-row (by sort) and from sorted length-values (all 1/32,
    then all 1/16 etc... to more complex/mixed pattern (by sort))
     

     
     
    with this setup:
     

     
     
    the result with some "dust":
    if you you have a look to the span-list above (compare with the new score) you will see:
    no change at the beginning, then more and more randomized (or made flexible).
     

     
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    AM reacted to torstenanders in maxmsp and lisp?   
    Here are some links to another project working on a bridge between Max and Common Lisp. They are calling SBCL in the background using the shell interface of Max, if I recall correctly. The project is not yet very mature, but they have several OpenMusic/PWGL libraries running with a Max interface for pedagogic purposes. 
     
    https://quod.lib.umich.edu/i/icmc/bbp2372.2017.012/--lisp-in-max-exploratory-computer-aided-composition-in-real?view=image
    http://www.bachproject.net/2016/10/15/mozlib/
     
    It is tricky to get recent sources of this work online. If you are interested, I suggest you best contact the developers directly, e.g., Julien Vincenot (http://julienvincenot.com/?page_id=269). Say hello from me 🙂
     
    Best,
    Torsten
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    AM got a reaction from JulioHerrlein in Providing code examples to students   
    "My focus is on the ever-changing relationship that composers have with rules and procedures."
     
    some ideas/names...?
     
    => MOZART  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musikalisches_Würfelspiel
    => the LIGETI-analysis of BOULEZ's STRUCTURES ?
    => MESSIAEN in general: https://monoskop.org/File:Messiaen_Olivier_The_Technique_of_My_Musical_Language.pdf, or  specific "MODE DE VALEURS ET D'INTENSITÉS"
    => GOTTFRIED MICHAEL KöNIG
    => XENAKIS (the "ST"-pieces?)
    => HAUER https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zwölftonspiel
     
     
     
     
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    AM reacted to opmo in Opusmodus 1.3.24622   
    Free update for Opusmodus 1.3. users.
    It includes a support for a second screen and multi voice snippets.
    The new UNFOLD system opens up a whole new set of possibilities for the composer using OPUSMODUS.
    Additional library directory: 'Def-Instrument-Sets'. 
     
    New functions:
    DEF-INSTRUMENT-SETS
    Use this function to define the instrument-sets with a given name. With named instrument-sets a composer can customise OPUSMODUS to reflect MIDI synthesisers or samplers which a studio system (inboard or outboard) might contain. The DEF-INSTRUMENT-SETS function is an essential companion to the PS function (PS stands for ‘Preview Score’ or, ‘Preview Snippet’). To create instrument-sets is fairly easy to do as it resembles the instrument setup from the DEF-SCORE instance.
     
    The instrument-set template:
    <instrument-name> (:layout <layout>   :port <port>   :channel <channel>   :sound <sound-set>   :program <program>   :controllers <controllers>   :pan <panning>   :volume <volume>)  
    To explain how it all works we will define new instrument-sets with two instruments. In our example we will use :oboe and :bassoon as our instrument names with a library name: my-inst. The next step we need to do is to select the corresponding instrument layout. The predefined layouts you will find in the ‘Instrument Layout Presets’ document in the System/Layout library:
     

     
     
    Examples:
    (def-instrument-sets my-inst                      :instruments   (:group group           :oboe           (:layout oboe-layout                    :port nil                    :channel 1                    :sound 'gm                    :program '(oboe)                    :controllers nil                    :pan (pan 0)                    :volume 92)           :bassoon           (:layout bassoon-layout                    :port nil                    :channel 2                    :sound 'gm                    :program '(bassoon)                    :controllers nil                    :pan (pan -10)                    :volume 92)           ))  
    Here is how an instrument from a defined instrument-sets name might be entered into PS:
    (ps 'my-inst     :oboe (list '((s a4 leg d5 leg fs4 leg d5 leg g4 leg d5)                   (s a4 leg d5 leg fs4 leg d5 leg g4 leg d5)                   (s a4 leg d5 leg cs5 leg b4 leg a4 leg g4 leg)                   (s fs4 leg d4 leg e4 leg cs4 leg e d4)))     :bassoon (list '((e fs3 d3 e3)                      (e fs3 d3 e3)                      (e fs3 g3 a3)                      (e d3 a2 d2)))     :key-signature '(d maj)     :time-signature '(3 8 1)     :tempo 112)  
    You can define as many instrument-sets instances as needed.
     
     
    PS
    Use this function if you are looking for a quick preview of your score or when a snippet (especially for education) needs a full representation of the intended notation. The PS function name stands for ‘Preview Score’ or ‘Preview Snippet’. In the following examples we use the default instrument-sets library, defined in the ‘GM Instrument Sets.lisp’ file, which you will find in the Library panel. How to create your own instrument-sets library, you will find in the DEF-INSTRUMENT-SETS document.
     
    Instrument treble:
    (ps 'gm :treble (list '((s a4 leg d5 leg fs4 leg d5 leg g4 leg d5)                 (s a4 leg d5 leg fs4 leg d5 leg g4 leg d5)                 (s a4 leg d5 leg cs5 leg b4 leg a4 leg g4 leg)                 (s fs4 leg d4 leg e4 leg cs4 leg e d4)))     :key-signature '(d maj)     :time-signature '(3 8 1)     :tempo 112)
     
    Instrument piano:
    (ps 'gm :p (list '((s a4 leg d5 leg fs4 leg d5 leg g4 leg d5)                (s a4 leg d5 leg fs4 leg d5 leg g4 leg d5)                (s a4 leg d5 leg cs5 leg b4 leg a4 leg g4 leg)                (s fs4 leg d4 leg e4 leg cs4 leg e d4))              '((e fs3 d3 e3)                (e fs3 d3 e3)                (e fs3 g3 a3)                (e d3 a2 d2)))     :key-signature '(d maj)     :time-signature '(3 8 1)     :tempo 112     :title "G. Ph. Telemann, 12 Fantasie per clavicembalo TWV 33-n.1, 1732")  

     
    Examples:
    The examples below demonstrate how quickly you can preview your progress at any stage of your work ie. voices, instrumentation etc…
     
    (setf p1 '(q d4 pp s eb4 < leg g4 < leg bb4 < leg a4 q. cs5 mf -e       3q gs5 > leg fs5 > leg c5 > b4 > leg f4 leg e4) p2 '(t d4 < leg eb4 < leg g4 < leg bb4 q. a4 marc       t fs4 mf leg gs4 leg e. c5 e b4 t f5 leg e5 leg d5 leg       eb5 3q bb5 > a4 > bb5 > e a4 pp stacc -e) p3 '(q d5 leg eb5 3q g4 stacc bb4 stacc a4 stacc       e. cs4 marc s gs4 leg q gs4 -q) p4 '(-q. e d4 pp q. eb5 mf e g4 q bb4 trem a4 trem) p5 '(q. fs3 pp 3e c3 < leg b4 < leg f4 e d3 mf s eb3 leg       g3 leg bb3 leg a3 e fs3 leg fs3 3e gs4 > stacc       c5 > stacc b5 > stacc t f5 pp e.. e5) p6 '(q cs3 pp -q t gs3 marc e.. fs3 mf leg e c3 -e       t b3 leg f3 q.. e4 pp) )  
    Please note how the list function is used to enclose the instrument voices. The number of voices in an instrument should not exceed the layout of a particular instrument. For example a piano uses a two staff notation therefore the input should be a two lists in a list (list (list right-hand) (list left-hand)).
     
    (ps 'gm :p (list (list p1) (list p6)))  

     
     
    Instrument oboe, clarinet and bassoon:
    (ps 'gm :ob (list p1)     :cl (list p3)     :bn (list p6))  

     
    Brass Quintet:
    (ps 'gm :b5 (list p1 p2 p3 p4 p5))  
     

     
     
     
    DEF-UNFOLD
    UNFOLD
     
    The DEF-UNFOLD and UNFOLD function opens up a whole new set of possibilities for the composer using OPUSMODUS. It can prove a very powerful tool in defining methods (functions) from the outset, for a specific work or as a global index of your most used functions. To be able to store methods, processes and solutions and call them at anytime becomes a valuable resource for a composers workflow. This function is a companion to the UNFOLD function.
    (def-unfold m1   var (:pitch (pitch-variant x :variant '?))   dyn (:velocity (velocity-to-dynamic x))   )  
    (setf omn '(s bb4 p a4 h. db4 t gs4 mf fs4 c5 b4 q f5 e5))  
    To run the defined methods in a given omn-form sequence use the UNFOLD function:
    (unfold 'm1 '(var dyn) omn)  
    Examples:
    (def-unfold m2   7   (:pitch (pitch-transpose 7 x))   -12 (:pitch (pitch-transpose -12 x))   ret (:all (gen-retrograde x :flatten t))   var (:pitch (pitch-variant x :variant '?))   gf  (nil (gen-fragment '(3) '(3) x))   lrq (:length (length-rational-quantize x))   dyn (:velocity (velocity-to-dynamic x))   ls  (nil (length-span '(6/4 6/4) x))   ob  (:pitch (ambitus 'oboe x))   bn  (:pitch (ambitus 'bassoon x))   hn  (:pitch (ambitus 'french-horn x))   )  
    Please note that the number of methods within an instance can be much bigger than in the example above.
     
    Two bars of omn - opusmodus notation
    (setf mat '((q d4 pp s eb4 < leg g4 < leg bb4 < leg a4 q. cs5 mf              -e 3q gs5 > leg fs5 > leg c5 > b4 > leg f4 leg e4)             (t d4 < leg eb4 < leg g4 < leg bb4 q. a4 marc              t fs4 mf leg gs4 leg e. c5 e b4 t f5 leg e5 leg d5 leg eb5              3q bb5 > a4 > bb5 > e a4 pp stacc -e)))  
    Applying methods:
    (setf t1 (unfold 'm2 7 mat) t2 (unfold 'm2 '(-12 var ob) mat) t3 (unfold 'm2 'var mat) t4 (unfold 'm2 '(-12 gf lrq ls dyn ret var hn) t3) t5 (unfold 'm2 '(gf lrq ls dyn bn) t2) )  
    The result with a Wind-Quintet layout:
    (ps 'gm :w5 (list t1 t2 t3 t4 t5))  

     
     
     
    BIND-TO-INTERVAL
     
    The function BIND-TO-INTERVAL will bind (connect) a series of lists (patterns) to each-other with the given interval. Each transposition value is the sum of the last pitch in the list plus the given interval. The result of the process is a start transposition value for the next list. If rotate and variant options are used, the rotate process is the first followed by variant and finally the start transposition.
     
    In the example below the last pitch in the first list is g4, with binding interval 1 (semitone), therefore the start transposition value of the next list is gs4:
    (bind-to-interval '(1) '((s c4 d4 e4 g4) (s c4 d4 g4 e4))) => ((s c4 d4 e4 g4) (s gs4 bb4 eb5 c5))  
    Examples:
    (setf pattern '((s c4 d4 e4 g4)                 (s c4 d4 g4 e4)                 (s g4 e4 c4 d4)                 (s c4 d4 f4 g4)                 (s c4 d4 g4 f4)                 (s g4 f4 c4 d4)                 (s c4 d4 g4 f4)                 (s g4 gb4 f4 g4)                 (s g4 gb4 f4 a4)                 (s d4 f4 g4 a4)                 (s a4 g4 f4 d4)                 (s d4 f4 g4 c5)))  
    In this example the binding intervals are 1 and 2 randomly selected:
    (bind-to-interval (rnd-sample (length pattern) '(1 2)) pattern) => ((s c4 d4 e4 g4) (s gs4 bb4 eb5 c5) (s d5 b4 g4 a4) (s b4 cs5 e5 fs5)     (s g5 a5 d6 c6) (s d6 c6 g5 a5) (s bb5 c6 f6 eb6) (s f6 e6 eb6 f6)     (s g6 fs6 f6 a6) (s bb6 cs7 eb7 f7) (s fs7 e7 d7 b6) (s cs7 e7 fs7 b7))  
    In the next example the binding intervals are 13 and -13 with random variant:
    (bind-to-interval (rnd-sample (length pattern) '(13 -13)) pattern :variant '?) => ((s c4 d4 e4 g4) (s fs3 a3 e3 d3) (s eb4 fs4 bb4 gs4) (s g3 f3 d3 c3)     (s b1 a1 e1 fs1) (s g2 f2 bb2 c3) (s b1 a1 d2 e2) (s eb1 eb1 d1 cs1)     (s d2 cs2 c2 e2) (s f3 d3 c3 bb2) (s b3 d4 e4 fs4) (s g5 bb5 c6 f6))  
    Here the binding intervals are 1, -1, 2 -2:
    (bind-to-interval '(1 -1 2 -1 2 -1 2) pattern) => ((s c4 d4 e4 g4) (s gs4 bb4 eb5 c5) (s b4 gs4 e4 fs4) (s gs4 bb4 cs5 eb5)     (s d5 e5 a5 g5) (s a5 g5 d5 e5) (s eb5 f5 bb5 gs5) (s bb5 a5 gs5 bb5)     (s b5 bb5 a5 cs6) (s c6 eb6 f6 g6) (s a6 g6 f6 d6) (s cs6 e6 fs6 b6)) (bind-to-interval '(1 -1 2 -1 2 -1 2) pattern :variant '?) => ((s c4 d4 e4 g4) (s gs4 f4 bb4 c5) (s b4 gs4 e4 fs4) (s gs4 bb4 cs5 eb5)     (s d5 c5 a4 g4) (s a4 g4 e4 d4) (s cs4 eb4 gs4 fs4) (s gs4 a4 bb4 gs4)     (s a4 bb4 b4 g4) (s fs4 a4 b4 cs5) (s eb5 c5 bb4 gs4) (s g4 e4 d4 a3))  
    Example with rotation:
    (bind-to-interval (rnd-sample (length pattern) '(1 2)) pattern                   :rotate '(1 2 1 2 1)) => ((s c4 d4 e4 g4) (s a4 f4 g4 c5) (s d5 e5 a5 fs5) (s gs5 cs5 eb5 fs5)     (s gs5 fs5 cs5 eb5) (s e5 a5 g5 d5) (s e5 b4 cs5 fs5) (s g5 a5 a5 gs5)     (s bb5 gs5 g5 fs5) (s g5 a5 d5 f5) (s g5 d6 c6 bb5) (s c6 d5 f5 g5))  
     
    PAN
     
    This function converts mixer panning values in the range from -100(L) to 100(R) into MIDI pan values. The centre position value in the PAN function is 0.
     
    Examples:
    (pan 0) => 64 (pan '(-12 0 12)) => (56 64 72) (pan '(-30 -10 10 30)) => (45 58 70 83)  
    PAN in DEF-SCORE instrument instants definition:
    (def-score SQ            (:title "String Quartet - VSL Show"             :key-signature 'chromatic             :time-signature (get-time-signature vln1)             :tempo tempo             :layout (string-quartet-layout                      'violin1 'violin2 'viola 'cello))      (violin1    :omn vln1    :port 0    :channel 1 :sound 'vsl-violin-solo    :program 0 :pan (pan -30))      (violin2    :omn vln2    :channel 2 :sound 'vsl-violin-solo    :program 0 :pan (pan -10))      (viola    :omn vla    :channel 3 :sound 'vsl-viola-solo    :program 0 :pan (pan 10))      (cello    :omn vlc    :channel 4 :sound 'vsl-cello-solo    :program patches-vc :pan (pan 30))   )  
    PAN in DEF-INSTRUMENT-SETS instance:
    :string-quartet   (:layout string-quartet-layout            :port nil            :channel '(1 2 3 4)            :sound 'gm            :program '(violin violin viola cello)            :controllers nil            :pan (pan '(-30 -10 10 30))            :volume 92)  
     
    Multi Voice Snippet
     
    Select or place the mouse cursor at the end of the expression and press ⌘2.
    This snippet is very useful in sketching and testing the progress of your work ie. instrumentation, voice density etc…
    (setf p1 '(q d4 pp s eb4 < leg g4 < leg bb4 < leg a4 q. cs5 mf -e            3q gs5 > leg fs5 > leg c5 > b4 > leg f4 leg e4)       p2 '(t d4 < leg eb4 < leg g4 < leg bb4 q. a4 marc            t fs4 mf leg gs4 leg e. c5 e b4 t f5 leg e5 leg d5 leg            eb5 3q bb5 > a4 > bb5 > e a4 pp stacc -e)       p3 '(q d5 leg eb5 3q g4 stacc bb4 stacc a4 stacc            e. cs4 marc s gs4 leg q gs4 -q)       p4 '(q. fs3 pp 3e c3 < leg b4 < leg f4 e d3 mf s eb3 leg            g3 leg bb3 leg a3 e fs3 leg fs3 3e gs4 > stacc            c5 > stacc b5 > stacc t f5 pp e.. e5)       p5 '(-q. e d4 pp q. eb5 mf e g4 q bb4 trem a4 trem)       p6 '(q cs4 pp -q t gs4 marc e.. fs4 mf leg e c4 -e            t b4 leg f4 q.. e4 pp)       p7 '(-q e d4 leg eb4 h g4 mf leg q. g4 > -e)       p8 '(s bb3 pp leg a3 h. db3 t gs4 mp fs3 < c5 < b3 q f4 marc e4)       ) (list p1 p2 p3 p4)  

     
     
     
     
    New window display:
     
    (display-midi *last-score* :display :window) (display-musicxml 'score :display :window)  
     
    Changes to ‘Evaluate Score’ and ‘Last Score’ shortcut keys.
     
    Best wishes,
    Janusz
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    AM reacted to opmo in Opusmodus - second monitor   
    The upcoming release will allow you to open display-midi, display-musicxml, graphs and snippets in a separate window. For any of you using second monitor this will be great addition to your work flow.
     
    Examples:
    (display-midi 'score :display :window) (display-musicxml 'score :display :window)  
    Best,
    Janusz
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    AM reacted to opmo in Opusmodus 1.3.24534   
    This update completes the CLM integration.
    Before opening the new application you need to delete the user Opusmodus directory. Make sure you save your personal files (scores, docs etc...) before. A good solution is to rename the Opusmodus folder first and then compress it. After you have deleted the Opusmodus user folder you can start the new application. At the start, Opusmodus will ask you for permission to create a new user folder in your home directory, if you don’t see a window for it, it means the old directory is still on your computer. Make sure the new Opusmodus directory is installed in your home directory. 

    For those of you that wish to dive into CLM sound synthesis system, I advise everyone to read the Read Me First document carefully first. 

    New: 
    – CLM instruments, utilities and documentation:
    load-clm-ins with-sound play stop-sound ring-modulate-file-synth pins-synth expsrc-synth tubebell-synth hammondoid-synth metal-synth fm-synth (generic multi-type FM Instrument) gong-synth fm-drum-synth stochastic-synth definstrument – No bracket when tuplet is beamed.
    – Musicxml display improvements. 

    Fixed: 
    – Fixed an issue where CLM sound won't stop if there are more then two instances playing. 
    – Fixed an issue in Preferences where Change Audition Length 1/4 would set to 1/8. 
    – Fixed navigator drag-and-drop re-arragement on Mojave. 
    – Fixed an issue where Navigator search instead of jumping to the match, the selection was extended.
     
    Best wishes,
    Janusz
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    AM reacted to Andy in The learning curve..thoughts   
    For me, this is a much easier journey than Max/MSP or ACToolbox or Kyma or PWGL or ...in fact any program for composition where there is a bunch of boxes, wires and annoying graphics! The idea of boxes and graphics..the visual paradigm, is it is meant to make it easier somehow.. but I now realise the reverse is true.
    If you are just dealing with text and traditional music notation as in OM,  it's really very straight forward. There is a learning 'bump' initially but then it really starts to make sense.
    I got so annoyed at Max going from 4 to 5 to 6 to 7 and the ridiculous changes in the GUI that meant I had to relearn the program every time. It was all about them. I feel Opusmodus is all about me. And that's quite a unique experience. And actually the real effort visually in Opusmodus has been put in to functionality, the IDE, which to be honest is totally unique. Thanks.
    Onward and upward. (with a few backwards I'm sure)
     
     
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    AM reacted to opmo in Opusmodus 1.3.24409   
    Whats new:
    —'Check for Updates...' menu in Opusmodus app menu (no more manual downloads). 🙂
    —New CLM instruments with omn-form plist input and documentation.
     
      badd-synth   bandedwg-synth   circular-scanned-synth   fm-bell-synth   fm-insect-synth   fm-violin-synth   grani-synth   piano-synth   pvoc-synth   scanner-synth   singbowl-synth
    —Additional _About documents for various function groups (Wikipedia).
     —CLM bug fixes.
     
    Installation:
    There are some changes to the Opusmodus user system folder and CLM implementation.
    Before opening the new application you need to delete the old Opusmodus folder.
    Make sure you save your personal files (scores, docs etc...) before. A good solution is to rename the Opusmodus folder first and then compress it.
    After you have deleted the Opusmodus user folder you can start the new application.
    At the start Opusmodus will ask you for permission to create a new user folder in your home directory, if you don’t see a window for it, it means the old folder is still on your computer. Make sure the new Opusmodus folder is installed in your home directory.
     
    Hopefully this is the last time we need to delete the previous Opusmodus user folder from the home directory.
     
    Best wishes,
    Janusz

    P.S. Few CLM examples from the "3.Howto Score/CLM/Sound Synthesis.opmo" file:

    fm-bell-synth
    (progn   (defparameter count 50)   (setf partials (library 'marangona-partials 'partials nil :random 20))   (setf par (rnd-sample count (partial :freq (flatten partials))))   (defparameter freq (gen-divide (rnd-sample count '(1 2 3 4 5)) par))   (defparameter dur (list (length-span 42 (rnd-sample count '(w h q w)))))      (do-timeline    '(dur (---xx--xx- ---xx---x- --x--xx--- ---x------ x----x---))    '(gen-pause x) :time '(w))      (defparameter vel (rnd-number count 0.05 0.43))   (defparameter dist (rnd-number count 0.5 1.0))   (defparameter env     '((0 0 40 .1000 60 .2000 75 .4000 82 1 90 1 100 0)       (0 0 60 .1000 80 .2000 90 .4000 95 1 100 0)       (0 0 10 1 16 0 32 .1000 50 1 56 0 60 0 90 .3000 100 0)       (0 0 30 1 56 0 60 0 90 .3000 100 0)       (0 0 50 1 80 .3000 100 0)       (0 0 40 .1000 60 .2000 75 .4000 82 1 90 1 100 0)       (0 0 10 1 32 .1000 50 1 90 .3000 100 0)       (0 0 60 .1000 80 .3000 95 1 100 0)       (0 0 80 .1000 90 1 100 0)))      (with-sound (:reverb jc-reverb :scaled-to .7)     (fm-bell-synth dur freq vel                    :amp-env (rnd-sample count env)                    :index-env (rnd-sample count env)                    :index (rnd-number count 0.3 0.9)                    :reverb-amount 0.30                    :distance dist))   )
    fm-insect-synth
    (progn   (defparameter par (library 'tbn-cs3-partials 'partials nil :random 12))   (defparameter dur '(rnd-sample 12 '(-q q. h -h. -w w. d -d.)))   (defparameter freq '(rnd-sample 12 (flatten (partial :freq par))))   (defparameter amp '(rnd-sample 12 '(pppp ppp p mp)))   (defparameter mod-freq-env '(0 0 40 1 95 1 100 .5))   (defparameter mod-index-env '(0 1 25 .7 75 .78 100 1))   (defparameter amp-env '(0 0 25 1 75 .7 100 0))   (defparameter fm-index '(rnd-number 12 .01 .6))   (defparameter mod-skew '(rnd-number 12 -20.0 -1.0))   (defparameter mod-freq '(rnd-number 12 20 60))      (with-sound '()     (fm-insect-synth (eval dur) (eval freq) (eval amp) amp-env                      (eval mod-freq) (eval mod-skew) mod-freq-env                      500.866 mod-index-env (eval fm-index) .500)          (fm-insect-synth (eval dur) (eval freq) (eval amp) amp-env                      (eval mod-freq) (eval mod-skew) mod-freq-env                      649.490 mod-index-env (eval fm-index) .500)          (fm-insect-synth (eval dur) (eval freq) (eval amp) amp-env                      (eval mod-freq) (eval mod-skew) mod-freq-env                      562.087 mod-index-env (eval fm-index) .500)          (fm-insect-synth (eval dur) (eval freq) (eval amp) amp-env                      (eval mod-freq) (eval mod-skew) mod-freq-env                      300.866 mod-index-env (eval fm-index) .500)     )   )
    grani-synth
    (progn   (defparameter dur '(q h w d -q -h))   (defparameter amp '(pppp p pp f mp))      (with-sound (:reverb jc-reverb :reverb-channels 2)     (grani-synth (rnd-sample 12 dur)                  (rnd-sample 12 amp) "oboe"                  :grain-envelope '(0 0 .2 .2 .5 1 .8 .2 1 0))          (grani-synth (rnd-sample 12 dur)                  (rnd-sample 12 amp) "oboe"                  :grains 10)          (grani-synth (rnd-sample 12 dur)                  (rnd-sample 12 amp) "oboe"                  :grain-start '(0 .1 .3 .1 1 .6)                  :amp-envelope '(0 1 1 1)                  :grain-density 8                  :grain-envelope '(0 0 .2 .2 .5 1 .8 .2 1 0)                  :grain-envelope-end '(0 0 .01 1 .99 1 1 0)                  :grain-envelope-transition '(0 0 .4 1 .8 0 1 0))          (grani-synth (rnd-sample 12 dur)                  (rnd-sample 12 amp) "oboe"                   :grain-start '(0 0 1 1)                  :amp-envelope '(0 1 1 1)                  :grain-density 20                  :grain-duration '(0 .003 .2 .01 1 .3))          (grani-synth (rnd-sample 12 dur)                  (rnd-sample 12 amp) "oboe"                  :grain-start '(0 0 1 1)                   :amp-envelope '(0 1 1 1)                  :grain-density 20                  :grain-duration '(0 .003 .2 .01 1 .3)                  :grain-duration-limit .02)          (grani-synth (rnd-sample 12 dur)                  (rnd-sample 12 amp) "oboe"                  :amp-envelope '(0 1 1 1)                  :grain-density 40                  :grain-start '(0 .1 .3 .1 1 .6))          (grani-synth (rnd-sample 12 dur)                  (rnd-sample 12 amp) "oboe"                  :amp-envelope '(0 1 1 1)                  :grain-density 40                  :grain-start '(0 .1 .3 .1 1 .6)                  :grain-start-spread .01)          (grani-synth (rnd-sample 12 dur)                  (rnd-sample 12 amp) "oboe"                  :grain-start '(0 0 1 1)                  :grain-start-spread 0.01                  :amp-envelope '(0 1 1 1)                  :grain-density 40                  :srate '(0 0 .2 0 .6 5 1 5))          (grani-synth (rnd-sample 12 dur)                  (rnd-sample 12 amp) "oboe"                  :grain-start '(0 0 1 1)                  :grain-start-spread .01                  :amp-envelope '(0 1 1 1)                  :grain-density (rnd-sample 12 '(40 30 20))                  :srate-base 2                  :srate '(0 0 .2 0 .6 -1 1 -1))          (grani-synth (rnd-sample 12 dur)                  (rnd-sample 12 amp) "oboe"                  :grain-start '(0 0 1 1)                  :grain-start-spread .01                  :amp-envelope '(0 1 1 1)                  :grain-density (rnd-sample 12 '(40 30 20))                  :srate-linear t                  :srate (list 0 1 .2 1 .6 (expt 2 5/12) 1 (expt 2 5/12)))          (grani-synth (rnd-sample 12 dur)                  (rnd-sample 12 amp) "oboe"                  :grain-start '(0 0 1 1)                  :grain-start-spread .01                  :amp-envelope '(0 1 1 1)                  :grain-envelope '(0 0 .2 .2 .5 1 .8 .2 1 0)                  :grain-density (rnd-sample 12 '(40 30 20))                  :grain-duration '(0 .02 1 0.1)                   :grain-duration-spread '(0 0 .5 .1 1 0))          (grani-synth (rnd-sample 12 dur)                  (rnd-sample 12 amp) "oboe"                  :grain-start '(0 0 1 1)                  :grain-start-spread 0.01                  :amp-envelope '(0 1 1 1)                  :grain-density (rnd-sample 12 '(40 30 20))                  :grain-degree '(0 0 1 90)                  :grain-degree-spread 10)          (grani-synth (rnd-sample 12 dur)                   (rnd-sample 12 amp) "oboe"                  :grain-duration .06                  :grain-density 20                  :grain-density-spread 2                  :srate 0)          (grani-synth (rnd-sample 12 dur)                  (rnd-sample 12 amp) "oboe"                  :grain-duration .08                  :grain-density (rnd-sample 12 '(40 30 20))                  :grain-density-spread 2                  :srate 5                    :grain-degree 0                  :grain-envelope '(0 0 .2 .2 .5 1 .8 .2 1 0)                  :grain-envelope-end '(0 0 .01 1 .99 1 1 0))          (grani-synth (rnd-sample 12 dur)                  (rnd-sample 12 amp) "oboe"                  :grain-duration .05                  :grain-density 35                  :grain-density-spread 3                  :srate -5                  :grain-degree 90                  :srate (list 0 1 .3 1 .3 (expt 2 5/12) 1 (expt 2 5/12))))   )
    piano-synth
    (progn   (setf frames1 (library 'marangona-partials 'partials nil :random 48))   (setf frames2 (library 'marangona-frames 'partials nil :random 48))   (setf par1 (remove-partial frames1 :type :freq :min 27.5 :max 4186))   (setf par2 (remove-partial frames2 :type :freq :min 27.5 :max 4186))      (defparameter freq1     (rnd-order      (gen-collect       (rnd-sample 24 '(3 5 6 7 8)) (partial :freq par1))))      (defparameter freq2     (rnd-order      (gen-collect       (rnd-sample 38  '(2 3 4)) (partial :freq par2))))      (with-sound (:reverb jc-reverb)     (piano-synth '(3e) (flatten freq1) '(.2 .3 .4)                  :bpm 72                  :drypedalresonancefactor .25                  :singlestringdecayrate-table                  '(21 -5 24.000 -5.000 36.000 -5.4                    41.953 -5.867 48.173 -7.113 53.818 -8.016                    59.693 -8.875 66.605 -9.434 73.056 -10.035                    78.931 -10.293 84.000 -12.185)                  :singlestringpole-table                  '(21 .8 24 0.7 36.000 .6 48 .5                    60 .3 84 .1 96 .03 108 .03)                  :stiffnesscoefficient-table                  '(21.000 -0.920 24.000 -0.900 36.000 -0.700                    48.000 -0.250 60.000 -0.100 75.179 -0.040                    82.986 -0.040 92.240 .3 96.000 .5                    99.000 .7 108.000 .7))     (piano-synth '(e) freq2 '(0.1 0.2 0.3)                  :bpm 72                  :drypedalresonancefactor .55                  :detuningfactor-table                  '(24 5 36 7.0 48 7.5 60 12.0 72                    20 84 30 96 100 108 300)))   )
    pvoc-synth
    (with-sound (:scaled-to .99)    (pvoc-synth (rnd-sample 12 '(q h e s w d -q -h))               '(pppp pp ppp f) "marangona"               :input-start 0               :input-end 12               :pitch-scaler (rnd-sample 12 '(.5 .1 .05 .8 .3 .16))               :pitch-offset (rnd-sample 20 '(20 100 200 300 440 150 730))               :pitch-offset-env '(0 0 20 0 50 100 70 100 80 0 100 0)               :pitch-scaler-env '(0 1 50 2 100 1)               :amp-env '(0 1 40 0 50 1 60 0 100 1)               :gate 70)   )
    singbowl-synth
    (progn   (defparameter size 120)   (defparameter partials (library 'marangona-partials 'partials nil :random 50))   (defparameter par (rnd-sample size (partial :freq (flatten partials))))   (defparameter freq (gen-divide (rnd-sample size '(2 3 4 5)) par))   (defparameter length (rnd-sample size '(w h q e)))   (defparameter velocity (rnd-number size .05 .43))      (defparameter env     '((0 0 40 .1000 60 .2000 75 .4000 82 1 90 1 100 0)       (0 0 60 .1000 80 .2000 90 .4000 95 1 100 0)       (0 0 10 1 16 0 32 .1000 50 1 56 0 60 0 90 .3000 100 0)       (0 0 30 1 56 0 60 0 90 .3000 100 0)       (0 0 50 1 80 .3000 100 0)       (0 0 40 .1000 60 .2000 75 .4000 82 1 90 1 100 0)       (0 0 10 1 32 .1000 50 1 90 .3000 100 0)       (0 0 60 .1000 80 .3000 95 1 100 0)       (0 0 80 .1000 90 1 100 0)))      (with-sound (:reverb jc-reverb :scaled-to .7 :output "ma-partials")     (singbowl-synth length freq velocity                     :amp-env (rnd-sample size env)                     :reverb-amount 0.30))   )
    fm-violin-synth
    (progn   (defparameter size 10)   (defparameter count 50)   (setf glc-v1         (gen-length-cartesian          1 3 'd '? 'w 3 (rnd-sample size '(13 11 10 8))          '(1 2 3 4 5)))      (setf glc-v2         (gen-length-cartesian          1 3 'd '? 'w 3 (rnd-sample size '(13 11 10 8))          '(1 2 3 4 5)))      (setf glc-va         (gen-length-cartesian          1 3 'd '? 'w 3 (rnd-sample size '(13 11 10 8))          '(1 2 3 4 5)))      (setf glc-vc         (gen-length-cartesian          1 3 'd '? 'w 3 (rnd-sample size '(13 11 10 8))          '(1 2 3 4 5)))      (setf gu-sq         (gen-unison (list glc-v1 glc-v2 glc-va glc-vc)))      (setf l-v1 (1~ gu-sq))   (setf l-v2 (2~ gu-sq))   (setf l-va (3~ gu-sq))   (setf l-vc (4~ gu-sq))      (setf l-max         (first          (sort-desc           (list (get-count l-v1 :length :note :sum t)                 (get-count l-v2 :length :note :sum t)                 (get-count l-va :length :note :sum t)                 (get-count l-vc :length :note :sum t)))))      (setf    intervals    '((0 7) (0 0) (11 5) (-4 5) (-5 5) (0 13) (-5 18)      (-36 13) (-13 13) (8) (-18 7) (-1 17) (-17 17)      (-26 13) (-27 23) (-19 19) (-23 23) (18) (0) (7)      (-14) (13) (-23 5) (-23 2) (-2 2) (6 2) (6 5)      (19) (-10) (-17 11) (-11 11) (-11 5) (-24 13)      (1 14) (-14 14) (-29 1) (-1 1) (7 0) (12 6)      (-21 7) (-7 7) (-18 0) (1 13) (0 1) (-14 13)      (-10 5) (-14 8) (0 6) (6) (-20 6) (-5 1) (17) (1)      (-17 5) (-1 5) (-10 16) (-12 8) (0 8) (1 11)      (-24 4) (-18 16) (-17) (-6 6) (-18 18) (-15 3)      (-6 31) (-2 5) (-29 6) (-6 13) (-13 6) (7 13)))      (setf pcount (gen-repeat 2 (get-count l-v1 :length :note)))   (setf gr (gen-repeat (length pcount) (list intervals)))   (setf gm-v1 (gen-markov gr :size pcount))   (setf gm-v2 (gen-markov gr :size pcount))   (setf gm-va (gen-markov gr :size pcount))   (setf gm-vc (gen-markov gr :size pcount))   (setf im-v1 (interval-map nil (append-sublist gm-v1)))   (setf im-v2 (interval-map nil (append-sublist gm-v2)))   (setf im-va (interval-map nil (append-sublist gm-va)))   (setf im-vc (interval-map nil (append-sublist gm-vc)))   (setf s-v1 (span l-v1 im-v1))   (setf s-v2 (span l-v2 im-v2))   (setf s-va (span l-va im-va))   (setf s-vc (span l-vc im-vc))   (setf ra-v1 (rnd-octaves 'violin s-v1))   (setf ra-v2 (rnd-octaves 'violin s-v2))   (setf ra-va (rnd-octaves 'viola  s-va))   (setf ra-vc (rnd-octaves 'cello  s-vc))   (setf p-v1 (ambitus 'violin ra-v1 :type :invert))   (setf p-v2 (ambitus 'violin ra-v2 :type :invert))   (setf p-va (ambitus 'viola ra-va :type :invert))   (setf p-vc (ambitus '(a2 c5) ra-vc :type :invert))   (setf weight '(29 19 8 8 17))   (setf vel '(0.07 0.1 0.15 0.2 0.25 0.35))   (setf v-v1 (gen-weight l-max (mapcar 'list vel weight)))   (setf v-v2 (gen-weight l-max (mapcar 'list vel weight)))   (setf v-va (gen-weight l-max (mapcar 'list vel weight)))   (setf v-vc (gen-weight l-max (mapcar 'list vel weight)))      (setf vln1 (make-omn :length l-v1 :pitch p-v1 :velocity v-v1))   (setf vln2 (make-omn :length l-v2 :pitch p-v2 :velocity v-v2))   (setf vla (make-omn :length l-va :pitch p-va :velocity v-va))   (setf vlc (make-omn :length l-vc :pitch p-vc :velocity v-vc))      (do-timeline    '(       vln1 (---x---x-- ---x-x-x-- --x--xx--- ---x------ x-)      vln2 (---x---x-- ---x---x-- --x--xx--- ---x------ x-)      vla  (---x---x-- ---x---x-- --x--xx--- ---x------ --)      vlc  (---x---x-- ---x---xx- --x--xx--- ---x------ --)      )    '(gen-pause x) :time '(h h. w))      (defparameter v1 vln1)   (defparameter v2 vln2)   (defparameter v3 vla)   (defparameter v4 vlc)   (defparameter env     '((0 0 40 .1000 60 .2000 75 .4000 82 1 90 1 100 0)       (0 0 60 .1000 80 .2000 90 .4000 95 1 100 0)       (0 0 10 1 16 0 32 .1000 50 1 56 0 60 0 90 .3000 100 0)       (0 0 30 1 56 0 60 0 90 .3000 100 0)       (0 0 50 1 80 .3000 100 0)       (0 0 40 .1000 60 .2000 75 .4000 82 1 90 1 100 0)       (0 0 10 1 32 .1000 50 1 90 .3000 100 0)       (0 0 60 .1000 80 .3000 95 1 100 0)       (0 0 80 .1000 90 1 100 0)))      (with-sound (:reverb jc-reverb :scaled-to .7)     (fm-violin-synth v1 v1 v1                      :bpm 30                      :degree (rnd-number count 45 85)                      :fm-index (rnd-number count 0.10 1.0)                      :reverb-amount 0.30                      :noise-amount (rnd-number count 0.00 0.004)                      :amp-env (rnd-sample count env)                      :glissando-amount (rnd-number count 0.00 0.8))          (fm-violin-synth v2 v2 v2                      :bpm 30                      :degree (rnd-number count 45 85)                      :fm-index (rnd-number count 0.03 1.0)                      :reverb-amount 0.30                      :noise-amount (rnd-number count 0.00 0.004)                      :amp-env (rnd-sample count env)                      :glissando-amount (rnd-number count 0.00 0.8))          (fm-violin-synth v3 v3 v3                      :bpm 30                      :degree (rnd-number count 45 85)                      :fm-index (rnd-number count 0.10 1.0)                      :reverb-amount 0.30                      :noise-amount (rnd-number count 0.00 0.004)                      :amp-env (rnd-sample count env)                      :glissando-amount (rnd-number count 0.00 0.8))          (fm-violin-synth v4 v4 v4                      :bpm 30                      :degree (rnd-number count 45 85)                      :fm-index (rnd-number count 0.70 1.0)                      :reverb-amount 0.30                      :noise-amount (rnd-number count 0.00 0.004)                      :amp-env (rnd-sample count env)                      :glissando-amount (rnd-number count 0.00 0.8)))   )
    scanned-synth
    (progn   (defparameter size 120)   (setf partials1 (library 'tbn-cs3-partials 'partials nil :random 64))   (setf partials2 (library 'tbn-cs3-partials 'partials nil :random 64))   (setf freq1 (rnd-sample size (partial :freq (flatten partials1))))   (setf freq2 (rnd-sample size (partial :freq (flatten partials2))))   (defparameter dur1 (rnd-sample size '(s s s s)))   (defparameter dur2 (rnd-sample size '(q e s s s -s)))   (defparameter amp1 (rnd-number size .005 .13))   (defparameter amp2 (rnd-number size .005 .13))   (defparameter waves '(1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13))      (with-sound (:reverb jc-reverb)     (scanned-synth      dur1 freq1 amp1      :wave (rnd-sample size waves) :bpm 96      :pts (rnd-sample size '(192 256 512)))          (scanned-synth      dur2 freq2 amp2      :wave (rnd-sample size waves) :bpm 96      :pts (rnd-sample size '(192 256 512)))     )   )
    circular-scanned-synth
    (progn   (defparameter size 24)   (setf partials1 (library 'tbn-cs3-partials 'partials nil :random 50))   (setf partials2 (library 'tbn-cs3-partials 'partials nil :random 50))   (setf par1 (rnd-sample size (partial :freq (flatten partials1))))   (setf par2 (rnd-sample size (partial :freq (flatten partials2))))   (defparameter dur1 (rnd-sample size '(1 2 3 4 5)))   (defparameter dur2 (rnd-sample size '(1 2 3 4 5)))   (defparameter freq1 (gen-divide (rnd-sample size '(2 3 4 5)) par1))   (defparameter freq2 (gen-divide (rnd-sample size '(2 3 4 5)) par2))   (defparameter amp1 (rnd-number size .05 .43))   (defparameter amp2 (rnd-number size .05 .43))   (defparameter env     '((0 0 40 .1000 60 .2000 75 1 90 1 100 0)       (0 0 60 .1000 80 .2000 90 1 100 0)       (0 0 10 1 16 0 32 .1000 50 1 100 0)       (0 0 30 1 56 0 60 0 90 .3000 100 0)       (0 0 50 1 80 .3000 100 0)       (0 0 40 .1000 60 .2000 82 1 100 0)       (0 0 10 1 32 .1000 50 1 100 0)       (0 0 60 .1000 80 .3000 95 1 100 0)       (0 0 80 .1000 90 1 100 0)))      (with-sound (:reverb jc-reverb)     (circular-scanned-synth      dur1 freq1 amp1      :wave (rnd-sample size '(1 2 3 4))      :recompute-samps (rnd-sample size '(14 222 32 162 211 72))      :pts (rnd-sample size '(192 256 512))      :cycles (rnd-sample size '(1 2 3))      :amp-env (rnd-sample size env))          (circular-scanned-synth      dur2 freq2 amp2      :wave (rnd-sample size '(1 2 3 4))      :recompute-samps (rnd-sample size '(14 222 32 162 211 72))      :pts (rnd-sample size '(192 256 512))      :cycles (rnd-sample size '(1 2 3))      :amp-env (rnd-sample size env))     )   )
    badd-synth
    (progn   (defparameter size 12)   (setf partials (library 'marangona-partials 'partials nil :random 64))   (setf mpar (remove-partial partials :type :freq :max 1800.0))   (setf par (partial :freq mpar))   (setf freq '(rnd-sample size (flatten par)))   (defparameter dur '(rnd-sample size '(1 2 3 4 5)))   (defparameter amp '(rnd-number size .12 .33))      (with-sound (:reverb jc-reverb)     (badd-synth (eval dur) (eval freq) (eval amp))     (badd-synth (eval dur) (eval freq) (eval amp))     (badd-synth (eval dur) (eval freq) (eval amp))     (badd-synth (eval dur) (eval freq) (eval amp))     (badd-synth (eval dur) (eval freq) (eval amp))     (badd-synth (eval dur) (eval freq) (eval amp))     )   )
    bandedwg-synth
    (progn   (setf row (library 'vienna 'berg 'r11))   (setf degree '(0 3 4 0 -2 -3 -1 0 -2))   (setf mat         (gen-eval 6 '(harmonic-progression                       (setf degree (gen-rotate 2 degree))                       row :relative t)))      (setf end1 (harmonic-progression '(-13 -13) row :relative t))   (setf end2 (harmonic-progression '(-12 -12) row :relative t))   (setf end3 (harmonic-progression '(-13 -13) row :relative t))   (setf end4 (harmonic-progression '(-12) row :relative t))      (defparameter omn (make-omn                      :length '((q) (-h))                      :pitch (assemble-seq mat end1 end2 end3 end4)                      :velocity '(mp)                      :span :pitch))      (with-sound (:reverb jc-reverb)     (bandedwg-synth omn omn omn :mode 1)     )   )  
    As you can see it is quite easy to use CLM in OM with OMN.
    More CLM instruments to come.
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    AM got a reaction from JulioHerrlein in Removing white spaces from a list ?   
    i know, LOOPS are not very LISPian! but for me the most simple way "to think such processes" (more intuitive then recursion/iteration). and when the function/code is not to large it's not that important...
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    AM got a reaction from JulioHerrlein in Removing white spaces from a list ?   
    (loop for i in (gen-divide 2 '(c 4 d 5 e 3 c 6 eb 4)) collect (compress i)) => (c4 d5 e3 c6 eb4) i didn't read you posts precisely. only the last ONE ...but you could use COMPRESS...?
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    AM reacted to opmo in Variations on Variations (2019)   
    It is a new function which generate a variations of a given score or section. The function has around 20 keywords and is not yet ready for release.
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    AM reacted to opmo in Variations on Variations (2019)   
    Variations on "Webern Variationen Fuer Klavier Op.27, I" (2019) by JP
     
       
     
     
    Instrument: VSL Steinway D
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    AM reacted to opmo in Opusmodus 1.3 release   
    Whats new in version 1.3
     
    Compatibility with macOS Mojave
    
macOS 10.14 Dark Mode
    
CLM added

    OSC added
    
MIDI player improvements
     
    New functions:
    binary-to-attribute
    merge-attributes
    circle-pitch-plot

    circle-rhythm-plot
    xy-plot
    pcs-rhythm

    edit-events
    find-max-span
    fit-to-span

    gen-osc-data

    osc-thread
    
stop-osc-threads
     
    Enhancements and fixes:
    quantizer returns now the count of given length-notes
    single-events returns given type
    don't join dissimilar rests
    fixed rest grouping
    fixed tied 8va or 8vb tuplets
      Installation:
    There are some changes to the Opusmodus user system folder.
    Before opening the new application you need to delete the old Opusmodus folder.
    Make sure you save your personal files (scores, docs etc...) before. A good solution is to rename the Opusmodus folder first and then compress it.
    After you have deleted the Opusmodus user folder you can start the new application.
    At the start Opusmodus will ask you for permission to create a new user folder in your home directory, if you don’t see a window for it, it means the old folder is still on your computer. Make sure the new Opusmodus folder is installed in your home directory.
     
    New Opusmodus folder:
     


    Upgrade:
    Opusmodus 1.3 requires a new serial number to run.
    When purchasing upgrade 1.3 the current user will need to provide an Opusmodus 1.2 serial number.
    After the confirmation which takes a few seconds only, you will be redirected to the purchase page.
    Following the purchase a new serial number will be sent to you by email.
     
    Happy New Year 2019
     
    Yours,
    Janusz Podrazik
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    AM reacted to Stephane Boussuge in Prelude for Piano 171218   
    Hi Julio
     
    that score use the pcs 7-33 as pitch material.
    It use also a vector mapping on "reservoirs" of motives for the music generation.
    All this was done on the fly on a draft file.
    Once done, i've used pprint for pprint the score on my finale opmo score file and add some few treatment for creating the coda.
     
    Score attached to this post.
     
    All the best
     
    S.
    prelpia171218.opmo
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    AM got a reaction from loopyc in chord-contraction/expansion   
    hi julio
     
    it's too complicated to share the code...the FUNCTION is made for a specific idea of the work (not common), so it's made for MY need...
    here is a short sketch of the work... (part of it)
     
    a) generating a pitch-sequence => by using a 12-tone-seq + its expansion by a sorting-algorithm (with GEN-SORT) => an INTERVAL-order mutates to a SCALE (see the list-plot)
    b) pitches are projected on a sequence of symmetrical expanding/compressing FIELDS (with CHORD-CONTR...) => you see how the pitch-seq is contracted/exapnded in "space"
     
    - result is a kind of interference of this processes => at the end you see (in list-plot) that the interference is going more and more to ONE LEVEL - to a SCALE 
    - so its a kind of inside/out. the inherent structure, the inherent process/order is more and more recognizable during the process (start with compr/exp. 12-tone-row to the simple SCALE)
     
     

     
     
    the project is a bit larger. this sequence (which rhythm is based on a binary-event-filter (data of a jpeg of an artist))  is only the structural background (some ideas developed by LACHENMANN) - on this NET (the score you see) there will be other GESTALTS/MOTIFS etc...
    because my needs are such specific to my and my idea - most of the functions i had to code for myself, or modify/enlarge the OPMO functions, great that this is possible on this platform.
     
    sorry a bit complicated and i can't not describe it properly with a few words 🧐
     
     
     
     
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    AM got a reaction from JulioHerrlein in chord-contraction/expansion   
    you should also share your ideas/thoughts/concepts!!??
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