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  1. Thank you, Janusz ! I'm using this with the new closest-path function. Best, Julio
  2. Dear Friends, When evaluating this (cmd+1) '(h (g3f4b4db5) (c4 maj7)) as snippet, I get this: Why is that c4 alone there in the beginning of snippet ? Best, Julio
  3. Dear André, It's all solved with :start option ! You can decide a "model" voicing for the voice-leading ! Very cool ! Best, Julio Thank you, Janusz !
  4. Dear Friends, Very basic question: I use some old VSL sample .gig files with gplayer. I really like this libraries and the way it sounds. The combination patches alternate sounds via keyswitches in the lower range of keyboard (or the upper range in some instruments). Something like: C normal sound C# pizz D marcato etc Can I use this keyswitches in the OMN lingo, without having to send the midi note itself to activate the keyswitch, something like: (marcato e c4 d4 s legato fs4 g4 cs5 eb5 ) Opusmodus will send the keyswitches as a hidden midi note in the expression ? All the best, Julio
  5. Dear Janusz, When I evaluate this expression: (closest-path '(b3eb5g3 cs6e7gs3 b4f5g6 f7e5c2 d4f7e4 gs7e2a8)) I get this: I was expecting this: Maybe a good idea would be something like a octave compress option. Best, Julio
  6. Great, Janusz !!! Happy to see this ! All the best ! Julio
  7. This is great !! Looking forward to study some code ! Thank you, Janusz ! Best, Julio
  8. Dear Janusz, I'm curious about the How To files of the new version. Where to find it. Best, Julio
  9. Yes, it also occurred to me to change the name. If this is really an sucessful algorythm for the closest-path, I would suggest to change the old function to another name. Thank you, Janusz ! Best, Julio
  10. Dear Janusz, In my version of Opusmodus, I get this: But maybe it's important to have all compressed within one octave, like this: (g3b3eb4 gs3cs4e4 b3g3f4 c4f3e4 d4e4f3 e4gs3a3) What do you think? Best, Julio
  11. Dear Friends, Avner, I noticed exactly the same behaviour. I feel a contradiction in having two results for something called "the closest path", because "the closest path", in my interpretation, means only one solution: the one in which the sum of the semitones of all voice-leading moves are the less. It's logically impossible to have "the closest path" with two solutions. You cannot have the cake and eat it too... If the function alternate between two solutions, maybe could be the case that two solutions would sum the same amount of semitonal moves, but the example above do not seems to be that case. After I realized it, I tried to find a way to assure a more accurate expression to represent that one "closest" solution. Janusz, what do you think ? All the best !! I love Opusmodus !! Thank you ! Best, Julio
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