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  1. Really cool, Stephane ! Any chance to get the opmo files ? All the best !
  2. Dear Friends, This feature was implemented ? All the best ! Julio
  3. Dear All, One interesting conversion would be the one for transforming the get-time-signature result to length-span time signature format. This would be useful to rephrase rhythmically one rhythm with another´s rhythm time-signature structure. For example: ; Take this rhythm (setf ritmos (gen-repeat 4 (gen-length '((1 2 1 2 1 1) (1 1 1 1 1 2 1) (1 -3 1 -3 2 -2 4) (-3 1 -1 1 1 1)) '(16)))) Here is the bar structure for this (get-time-signature ritmos) This is the output ((2 4 2) (4 4 1) (2 4 3) (4 4 1) (2 4 3) (4 4 1) (2 4 3) (4 4 1) (2 4 1)) If I want to use this result as a time signature template in the length-span I have to convert it to (2/4 2/4 1 2/4 2/4 2/4 1 2/4 2/4 2/4 1 2/4 2/4 2/4 1 2/4) in order to use the time-signature order it in the length-span function Is there some function that performs this ? Best ! Julio I did this extravagant coding , but I need it with the slashes ( " / " ) and the repetitions, like converting (2 4 3) into (2/4 2/4 2/4)... (setf timesig-to-length-span (flatten (matrix-transpose (list (lake-everyother (get-count (get-count (get-time-signature ritmos))) ; how many 0 3 (flatten (get-time-signature ritmos))) (lake-everyother (get-count (get-count (get-time-signature ritmos))) ; how many 1 3 (flatten (get-time-signature ritmos))) ) )) ) ;;(2 4 4 4 2 4) I love lake-everyother
  4. Dear Ottorino, In OSX, all the midi inputs configured in MIDI Studio setup (of the OSX system itself) will be available. Maybe this behaviour of the notes appearing and then disappearing can be due to doubling the midi information at some point. Maybe the other software, like midipipe are doing some duplication or filtering off the notes.
  5. Thanks a lot, Stephane ! Very nice, but Muse 4 imported better the pedal lines Best ! Julio Pedal lines...
  6. Nice, but do you know an easy way how to import MusicXML to Lily ? Not having to use command line... Or directly from Opmo ? Best !
  7. But Finale was always the standard...
  8. An interesting fact... Only Musescore 4 imported correctly the pedalling. Here is the file I used. Finale and Muse 3 failed... MUSE 4 FINALE: Best, Julio piano_snippet_test.xml
  9. (dictum '(:butlast ped) mat) Worked great ! Thanks !
  10. Thanks, Stephane Please, can you specify where to put the :butlast keyword ? BEst
  11. Dear All, I want to create pedal marks in a material. (setf mat '((e. d4e4fs4 pp s cs4e4fs4 d4e4fs4 e. cs4e4fs4 s d4e4fs4 cs4e4fs4 e d4e4fs4 tie) (e. f3g3a3 pp s e3g3a3 f3g3a3 e. e3g3a3 s f3g3a3 e3g3a3 e f3g3a3 tie) (e. fs3gs3bb3 pp s f3gs3bb3 fs3gs3bb3 e. f3gs3bb3 s fs3gs3bb3 f3gs3bb3 e fs3gs3bb3 tie) (e. fs3gs3bb3 pp s f3gs3bb3 fs3gs3bb3 e. f3gs3bb3 s fs3gs3bb3 f3gs3bb3 e fs3gs3bb3 tie) (e. gs4bb4c5 pp s g4bb4c5 gs4bb4c5 e. g4bb4c5 s gs4bb4c5 g4bb4c5 e gs4bb4c5 tie) (e. bb3c4d4 pp s a3c4d4 bb3c4d4 e. a3c4d4 s bb3c4d4 a3c4d4 e bb3c4d4 tie) (e. e4fs4gs4 pp s eb4fs4gs4 e4fs4gs4 e. eb4fs4gs4 s e4fs4gs4 eb4fs4gs4 e e4fs4gs4 tie) (e. e4fs4gs4 pp s eb4fs4gs4 e4fs4gs4 e. eb4fs4gs4 s e4fs4gs4 eb4fs4gs4 e e4fs4gs4 tie))) (dictum '(:do ped :bar (1 2 3 4)) mat) (dictum '(:do ped :bar (1 3 5 6)) mat) But I can´t create one Pedal on and of for each bar. This expression (dictum '(:do ped :bar (1 2 3 4)) mat) creates one long pedal over the bars 1 2 3 4, but the harmony changes every bar, and I need a pedal release at the end of each measure. This expression (dictum '(:do ped :bar (1 3 5 6)) mat) Creates a pedal mark on every other bar, but it invades some of the bars, going beyond the bar region. Is there some suggestion ? Thanks ! Julio
  12. Dear All, I really enjoyed the way Dictum works now. In my opinion, it´s also a way of implementing variations over the material. I just have one suggestion: Maybe it could have a length keyword to make the gen-pause (or any operation) in the first positive length event, or only in positive values (not over the rests), so you don´t need to count the events to apply the operation. For the bars that start with rests (an have many rests) this could be useful. Something like this: (setf omn2b '((-5q 5q fs4 p bb3 f3 e4 -3q g4 c5 s eb5 mf a5 cs6 gs6) (5q gs6 f cs6 a5 eb5 - -s c5 g4 e4))) ;;; length keyword to make the gen-pause (or any operation) in the first length event, or only in positive values (not over the rests) so you don´t need to count the events to apply. (dictum '((:if 5q :do tasto :bar 1) (:first ord :bar 2) (:do (gen-pause x) :bar 1 :event 1 :length t) (:if e :do tasto :bar 2)) omn2b) ; RESULT ((-5q - bb3 p tasto f3 tasto e4 tasto -3q g4 c5 s eb5 mf a5 cs6 gs6) (5q gs6 f ord cs6 a5 eb5 - -s c5 g4 e4)) All the best ! Julio
  13. Dear Jesper, Did you checked the drop-voicing function. You can get all the drop voicings from there. Really cool function ! Best !
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