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Stephane Boussuge

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  1. To use the shortest path i use always the closest-path function. In the example given by Janusz, you may use the closest-path function on the chords before exploding to voices. SB.
  2. Wonderful, it will become one of my favorite and will be probably very fun to use in conjonction with passing-interval function. SB.
  3. you have many way to do that in OM, have a look to pattern-map for example or substitute-map... SB.
  4. look closest-path and relative-closest-path. S.
  5. I wrote this example for one of my student few years ago. I don't know if it could help you but just in case.... Best wishes Stéphane Spectral-remap1.opmo
  6. midi-to-omn will be super useful for me, thanks ! Stéphane
  7. Hi, A short study about some harmonic procedures and unfold set simple usage. SB. MelodieFltPia280819.mp3 MelodieFlutePiano280819GM.opmo
  8. That is the main and most important point on the todo list i'm waiting for ! SB.
  9. May be try substitute map ? or pattern-map ? S.
  10. The integers are the number of pitch to shift for the offset. If chords size parameter is 3, an offset of 1 will keep 2 pitch in common, offset of 2 will keep one pitch etc... (gen-chord2 8 3 '(c4 d4 e4 f4 g4 a4 b4 c5 d5 e5 f5 g5 a5 b5) :offset '(0 1 2 3 0 3 2 1)) => (c4d4e4 d4e4f4 f4g4a4 b4c5d5 b4c5d5 e5f5g5 g5a5b5 a5b5c4) The :offset is the shift into the pitch list but related from chord to chord. Another example for clarity: (gen-chord2 2 3 '(c4 d4 e4 f4 g4 a4 b4 c5 d5 e5 f5 g5 a5 b5) :offset '(1 5)) => (d4e4f4 b4c5d5) SB.
  11. 18/07/19 => Small update, missing function added, see above. S.B
  12. Hi, here's a new piece with score. All the best to all of the Opusmodus users ! S.B. 18/07/19 => Small update, missing function added. PolygonsV1-05-Forum.opmo Polygons1-05.mp3
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