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  1. Perfect! All good now - thank you so much! Peter
  2. Still not working, Stéphane. I'll keep playing with it and maybe we'll have time to discuss after Zoom on Saturday. All lines evaluate just fine except the setf flute, clarinet etc with the pitch-transpose and assemble parentheses. A great learning template but frustrating not to be able to preview. best, Peter
  3. PS - Downloaded to my MacPro laptop running 10.13.6 and had exactly the same results and error messages...
  4. Hi Stéphane - Tried with the new file and same problem. Rebooted Opusmodus no luck. Rebooted the whole system and did an Evaluate All on the new file. Got this message when it was done: "pitch-transpose, transpose: 12 ambitus: piano section: nil exclude: nil > Error: Not a pitch symbol (q). > While executing: examine-pitch, in process Listener-1(7). > Type cmd-. to abort, cmd-\ for a list of available restarts. > Type :? for other options." Essentially the same problem ...might these "compiler warnings" I have been seeing all along in the Listener have a
  5. Hi Stephane - I am having a problem in the ;;; INSTRUMENTATION & SECTIONS ASSEMBLY of the "From nothing-Pt2" score. Whenever I evaluate one of the lines in this section I get the following error message from the listener: "Error: Not a pitch symbol (q)" , where (q) could also be (w) or (-q.) as the first value in any given evaluated line of that section. If I try to preview score it shows the same error message. Have spent some time trying to debug, any idea what it may be? thanks! Peter
  6. Thanks Stephane - this will keep me busy for the next week! best, Peter
  7. Merci Stephane - super - comme d'habitude! Peter
  8. Hi Stephane - sorry to miss - major computer crash this morning Till next week. Peter
  9. Thanks once again for your generosity, Stephane! This was once again a very useful presentation - I am starting to feel less intimidated by the process Peter
  10. Merci Stephane - it sounds great too! Peter M.
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