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  1. Stephane Boussuge

    EastWest Hollywood Choir and Opusmodus

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    Composing a piano prelude

    Here's a video (in French) I made for a friend to show her how I've used Opusmodus to compose a Piano prelude.
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    Simple beat box

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    Basic Chords Figuration

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    Classical Piano accompaniment

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    Workflow: Import Midi from Logic

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    How To Use Opusmodus LogicTemplates1

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    Random And Static Motives Alternance

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    Simple chords progressions generation

    Chords progressions using GEN-MARKOV function.
  10. Table ronde : L'informatique musicale au service des compositeursDu séquenceur à l'assistance à la compositionPrésentation du logiciel "Opusmodus" par Stéphane BOUSSUGES, consultant musique/informatique
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    CONF@42 - Opusmodus

    42Born2Code - Opusmodus conference at École 42, Paris.
  12. A short example of using Opusmodus as a generator of music sections for a DAW.Featuring LogicPro X and Metropolis Ark.
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    Theme and development example

    Here's a Theme and development example (also more generally, song construction example). It is the start of one of my composition but i give it here as a pedagogical example. Happy reading. ;;;--------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Parameters ;;;--------------------------------------------------------- ;;; BASIC MATERIAL ;;; PERIOD 1 (setf violin-1 '(#|1|# (s g5 mf leg a5 leg fs5 leg f5 q gs5) #|2|# (e gs5 stacc b5 stacc a5 stacc g5 stacc) #|3|# (h eb5 tr1) #|4|# (q f5 -) #|5|# (h gs5 tr1) #|6|# (s a5 leg b5 leg bb5 leg fs5 q a5) #|7|# (s c6 leg bb5 leg fs5 leg f5 q a5) #|8|# (s e5 leg cs5 leg bb4 leg gs4 q b4) )) (setf viola-1 '(#|1|# (q c5 mf -) #|2|# (q c5 -) #|3|# (q bb4 -) #|4|# (e fs4 stacc eb4 stacc e4 stacc cs4 stacc) #|5|# (s e4 leg d4 leg cs4 leg e4 q f4) #|6|# (q fs4 -) #|7|# (q f4 -) #|8|# (h e4 tr1) )) (setf cello-1 '(#|1|# (h g3 mf tr1) #|2|# (s g3 leg fs3 leg cs3 leg c3 q bb2) #|3|# (s a2 leg d3 leg db3 leg c3 leg q g2) #|4|# (h eb2 tr1) #|5|# (q f2 -) #|6|# (h f2 tr1) #|7|# (h bb2 tr1) #|8|# (q a2 -) )) ;;; PERIOD 2 (setf violin-2 '(#|1|# (e g4 stacc g4 stacc a4 stacc cs5 stacc) #|2|# (h c5 tr1) #|3|# (s b4 leg bb4 leg eb5 leg eb5 leg q fs5) #|4|# (h g5 tr1) #|5|# (h b5 tr1) #|6|# (h d6 tr1) #|7|# (q d6 -) #|8|# (h f6 tr1) )) (setf viola-2 '(#|1|# (q c3 -) #|2|# (q c3 -) #|3|# (q d3 -) #|4|# (e e3 stacc gs3 stacc a3 stacc gs3 stacc) #|5|# (h gs3 tr1) #|6|# (q g3 -) #|7|# (q g3 -) #|8|# (e b3 stacc d4 stacc e4 stacc e4 stacc) )) (setf cello-2 '(#|1|# (q g3 -) #|2|# (q g3 -) #|3|# (q eb3 -) #|4|# (e g3 stacc eb3 stacc g3 stacc gs3 stacc) #|5|# (h d3 tr1) #|6|# (q eb3 -) #|7|# (q g3 -) #|8|# (e c4 stacc fs3 stacc gs3 stacc d3 stacc) )) ;;; INTRO1 (setf violin-i1 (omn-replace :velocity '((pp)) (omn-replace :articulation'- (gen-trim 4 (length-adjust 4/4 (length-augmentation 4 violin-1)))))) (setf viola-i1 (omn-replace :velocity '((pp)) (omn-replace :articulation '- (gen-trim 4 (length-adjust 4/4 (length-augmentation 4 viola-1)))))) (setf cello-i1 (omn-replace :velocity '((pp)) (omn-replace :articulation '- (gen-trim 4 (length-adjust 4/4 (length-augmentation 4 cello-1)))))) ;;; DEVELOPMENT 1 (setf violin-d1a (pitch-transpose-repeat '(2 4) (find-bar '(1 2) violin-1))) (setf viola-d1a (pitch-transpose-repeat '(2 4) (find-bar '(1 2) viola-1))) (setf cello-d1a (pitch-transpose-repeat '(2 4) (find-bar '(1 2) cello-1))) (setf violin-d1b (pitch-transpose-repeat '(1 -2) (pitch-invert (find-bar '(1 2) violin-1)))) (setf viola-d1b (pitch-transpose-repeat '(1 -2) (pitch-invert (find-bar '(1 2) viola-1)))) (setf cello-d1b (pitch-transpose-repeat '(1 -2) (pitch-invert (find-bar '(1 2) cello-1)))) (setf violin-d1c (pitch-variant (rnd-order violin-1 :list t))) (setf viola-d1c (pitch-variant (rnd-order viola-1 :list t))) (setf cello-d1c (pitch-variant (rnd-order cello-1 :list t))) (setf violin-d1 (assemble-seq violin-d1a violin-d1b violin-d1c)) (setf viola-d1 (assemble-seq viola-d1a viola-d1b viola-d1c)) (setf cello-d1 (assemble-seq cello-d1a cello-d1b cello-d1c)) ;;; SCORE ASSEMBLY (setf violin (assemble-seq violin-i1 violin-1 violin-2 violin-d1 )) (setf viola (assemble-seq viola-i1 viola-1 viola-2 viola-d1 )) (setf cello (assemble-seq cello-i1 cello-1 cello-2 cello-d1 )) ;;; TIME SIGNATURE (setf ts (get-time-signature violin)) ;;;--------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Score and Layout ;;;--------------------------------------------------------- (def-score string-trio (:title "Trio" :composer "S.Boussuge" :copyright "Copyright © 2018 s.boussuge" :key-signature 'chromatic :time-signature ts :tempo 100 :layout (string-trio-layout 'violin 'viola 'cello)) (violin :omn violin :channel 1 :sound 'gm :program 'violin :volume 100 :pan 34 :controllers (91 '(48)) ) (viola :omn viola :channel 2 :sound 'gm :program 'viola :volume 90 :pan 64 :controllers (91 '(60)) ) (cello :omn cello :channel 3 :sound 'gm :program 'cello :volume 90 :pan 94 :controllers (91 '(60)) ) ) S.B
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    Displaying Existing Libraries

    1. LIBRARY is for accessing to a library. DEF-LIBRARY is for the definition of a library CREATE-LIBRARY is a utility function helping for creating the content of a DEF-LIBRARY. 2. Normally, if you put the library in the right place in the Opusmodus/def-libraries/def-library folder, you can see all of them in Opusmodus utility pannel "L" (L for Library). Cheers S.B
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    Harmonic Rhythm Question

    Hi Julio, you can use the parameter :time for tonality-map and harmonic-path: ;;; Classical Accompaniment Exemple ;;;--------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Parameters ;;;--------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Motif definition (setf mtf1 '((s c5 leg g5 leg e6 leg g5 c5 leg g5 leg e6 leg g5))) (setf mtf2 (pitch-transpose 4 mtf1)) (setf mtf3 '((-q e5))) (setf mtf4 '((-q g4c5))) (setf mtf5 '((q c2 -))) ;;; Chords definition (setf chords (library 'harmoprog1 'minor-4vx 'prog1)) ;;; Ostinati (setf ost1 (gen-repeat (length chords) mtf1)) (setf ost2 (gen-repeat (length chords) mtf2)) (setf ost3 (gen-repeat (length chords) mtf3)) (setf ost4 (gen-repeat (length chords) mtf4)) (setf ost5 (gen-repeat (length chords) mtf5)) ;;; Tonality-map series (setf tm-path (tonality-series chords)) ;;; HARMONIC RHYTHM CONTROL (setf harmonic-rhythm '(1/4)) ;;; Here we apply the map 'tm-path' into arpegio sequence. (setf ost1.map (tonality-map tm-path ost1 :time harmonic-rhythm)) (setf ost2.map (tonality-map tm-path ost2 :time harmonic-rhythm)) ;;; Here we apply our library chords into chord sequence. ;;; The harmonic-path preserves the voice leading. (setf ost3.map (harmonic-path chords ost3 :time harmonic-rhythm)) (setf ost4.map (harmonic-path chords ost4 :time harmonic-rhythm)) (setf ost5.map (harmonic-path chords ost5 :time harmonic-rhythm)) (setf violin1 (ambitus '(g3 c7) ost2.map)) (setf violin2 (ambitus '(g3 c6) ost1.map)) (setf viola (ambitus '(c3 e4) ost3.map)) (setf violoncello (ambitus-chord 12 (pitch-transpose -12 ost4.map))) (setf bass ost5.map) ;;;--------------------------------------------------------- ;;; Score and Layout ;;;--------------------------------------------------------- (def-score Classical-accomp (:title "Classical accompaniment example" :composer "S.Boussuge" :copyright "Copyright © 2018 s.boussuge" :key-signature 'chromatic :time-signature '((1 1 1 1) 4) :tempo 80 :layout (bracket-group (violin-layout 'violin1 :name "Violin-1") (violin-layout 'violin2 :name "Violin-2") (viola-layout 'viola) (violoncello-layout 'violoncello) (contrabass-layout 'bass) ) ) (violin1 :omn violin1 :channel 1 :sound 'gm :program 'String-Ensemble-1 :volume 100 :pan 48 :controllers (91 '(68)) ) (violin2 :omn violin2 :channel 2 :sound 'gm :program 'String-Ensemble-1 :volume 100 :pan 48 :controllers (91 '(68)) ) (viola :omn viola :channel 3 :sound 'gm :program 'String-Ensemble-1 :volume 90 :pan 64 :controllers (91 '(68)) ) (violoncello :omn violoncello :channel 4 :sound 'gm :program 'String-Ensemble-1 :volume 90 :pan 80 :controllers (91 '(68)) ) (bass :omn bass :channel 5 :sound 'gm :program 'String-Ensemble-1 :volume 90 :pan 80 :controllers (91 '(68)) ) ) Have a nice day S.
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    Kanikkai for Piano

    A piano piece composed this year in February. SB.
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    Kanikkai for Piano

    Here's the opmo score. S. kanikkaiForPiano.opmo
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