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  1. Re-sorry for this question, I got the answer by opening Opusmodus with the specific link. Didier
  2. Hello, Sorry but the link for update 2.025669 where is it? Is it the Opusmodus 2.0 in Download and involves filling out the form where is there a specific link? I can't see... Thanks. Didier
  3. The update is done. This new version brings even more possibilities for writing, musical analysis, microtonality ...
  4. Thanks Janusz. It's really great...
  5. Hi Janusz, Very Great. This is excellent, combined with the ability to correct all frequencies with cents adjustments (:articul from 1c to 99c) very useful for simulating frequency modulation (FM) or ring modulation with virtual instruments, Opusmodus will become the most powerful editor for writing and hearing microtonal compositions. A big thank you Janusz.
  6. Thanks Janusz. Didier
  7. Pianoteq Video Contest 2017. The composition was written with Opusmodus and played in Ableton Live with seven instances of Pianoteq (modified TubularBells, modified ConcertArp recording, Steinway D Classical Recording A, modified Celesta, modified Cinbalom, modified original ChurchBells, Steinway D Classical Recording BA and completed with a Ircam Solo Instruments bank instance (flute, Horn, Cello) read via the UVI Workstation.
  8. Bonjour, Cette seconde vidéo a pour objectif de mettre en exergue l'utilisation d'Opusmodus en tant qu'outil et assistant d'analyse afin d'identifier des séries dans une partition comme celle de l'Opus 22 d'Anton Webern à partir de la série originale ou de l'une de ses dérivées. De nombreuses fonctions dédiées permettent à partir d'une série de créer une ou plusieurs matrices de transpositions 12x12 P I R RI, de façon globale ou séparée (originale, rétrograde, inversion, rétrograde de l'inversion). De même, des fonctions récentes de recherche ont été intégrées dans OPMPO par Janusz Podrazik. Elles permettent à partir de diverses segmentations (dyades/dicorde, tricordes, tétracordes, pentacordes, héxacordes, etc.) d'identifier une série et ses dérivées dans une matrice de transpositions 12x12 P I R RI. Ces fonctions sont utilisées afin de déterminer les "chemins" des séries de l'Opus 22 de Webern entre les mesures 1 à 13 du 1er mouvement. La vidéo se finalise sur les outils de "graphes" pour l'analyse et un récapitulatif des fonctions utilisées.
  9. Thanks Janusz, These tools seem to be very interesting for musical analysis. Best wishes. Didier
  10. Dear Julio, Sorry for the delay of the answer but I finalized a project with a baroque flutist around the tale of Andersen "The Nightingale and the Emperor of China" and whose music was written with OPMO. Indeed, the association of notation in integers with the option: text is useful. Many thanks Best! Didier
  11. I wish to analyse process of Messiaen's modes of limited transpositions. I choose one of the modes, say the 3, from OPMO's "modes" library, which gives me the mode : (c4 d4 eb4 e4 f4 g4 gs4 bb4 b4) - and its intervallic structure: (2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1). And I want to replicate the process. it's a starting point. There are 9 notes, I divide them by 3 and I get three trichords ((c4 d4 eb4) (e4 gb4 g4) (ab4 bb4 b4)) and the same 3 (1 2 1). if I select the first trichorde (c4 d4 eb4) and I report it on each of the first notes of the three trichordes c4 - e4 - ab4 from the function Pitch-Transpose-Start I get as result mode 3 but disordered : (setf mod3divide (gen-divide 3 modmessiaen3)) ; => ((c4 d4 eb4) (e4 gb4 g4) (ab4 bb4 b4)) (setf firstmodmessiaen3 (filter-first 3 modmessiaen3)) ; => (c4 d4 eb4) (setf report3 '(c4 e4 ab4)) (setf rep3 (gen-repeat 3 (list report3))) ; => ((c4 e4 ab4) (c4 e4 ab4) (c4 e4 ab4)) (setf pch3 (flatten (pitch-transpose-start firstmodmessiaen3 rep3))) ; => ((c4 e4 gs4) (d4 fs4 bb4) (eb4 g4 b4)) => (c4 e4 gs4 d4 fs4 bb4 eb4 g4 b4) This result I wanted to reorder in an upward progression and as I did not find the function, I tested pcs-prime-form but which is not adapted. But I found the function that I wanted with sort-asc and I reconstruct the mode 3 and its intervallic structure : (setf Messiaen3order (sort-asc pch3)) ; => (c4 d4 eb4 e4 fs4 g4 gs4 bb4 b4) (setf SIMessiaenMod3a (pitch-to-interval Messiaen3order)) ; => (2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1) Of course, I can combine the two functions together : (setf process3Messiaen (sort-asc (flatten (pitch-transpose-start firstmodmessiaen3 rep3)))) ; => (c4 d4 eb4 e4 fs4 g4 gs4 bb4 b4) But thank you Janusz for your questions. concerning the Pitch-transpose-Start function you had indicated to me when I wanted to recreate the multiplication chords of Pierre Boulez. Best wishes. Didier
  12. I would like to get the mode in the right order: '(c4 d4 eb4 e4 gb4 g4 ab4 bb4 b4)) and not '(d4 eb4 e4 gb4 g4 ab4 bb4 b4 c4)) Hence this question: is there a function to get an ascending order in a list rather than using pcs-normal-order? (setf modmessiaen3 '(c4 d4 eb4 e4 gb4 g4 ab4 bb4 b4)) (setf pch3 ( ? (flatten (pitch-transpose-start firstmodmessiaen3 rep3)))) => ((c4 e4 gs4) (d4 fs4 bb4) (eb4 g4 b4)) => (c4 e4 gs4 d4 fs4 bb4 eb4 g4 b4) ? If I go look for mode 3 in the library OPMO I have this: (setf Messiaen3 (pitch-transpose 0 (expand-chord-name (library 'modes 'messiaen 'messiaen-mode3) :type :pitch))) => (c4 d4 eb4 e4 fs4 g4 gs4 bb4 b4) (expand-chord-name (library 'modes 'messiaen 'messiaen-mode3) :type :interval) => (2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1) In the result with pitch-transpose-start : (c4 e4 gs4 d4 fs4 bb4 eb4 g4 b4) and => (4 4 -6 4 4 -7 4 4) => The music notes are correct but permuted. and with pcs-normal-order : (d4 eb4 e4 fs4 g4 gs4 bb4 b4 c4) => (1 1 2 1 1 2 1 -11) => The music notes are correct but permuted. I get the intervallic structure is shifted. Thanks in advance Janusz.
  13. Hello, Somewhat stupid question but I do not find a function that would allow me to reorder a sequence of pitches. Let me explain, on a forum where Messiaen's limited transposition modes are discussed, I wanted to show that with Opumodus we could very easily analyze the modes and recreate them. I have no problem with those who are in total symmetry and divisible by two, but if I take the mode 3: (c4 d4 eb4 e4 gb4 g4 ab4 bb4 b4), using the function pitch-transpose-start I get in the end the mode but according to the postponement of the intervallic structure on c4 d4 ab4 is => ((c4 e4 gs4) (d4 fs4 bb4) (eb4 g4 b4)). I tried to reorder with the function pcs-normal-order the mode is reordered but with however the c4 in last position: (d4 eb4 e4 fs4 g4 gs4 bb4 b4 c4). Now, I suppose there is a function that makes it possible to obtain the right disposition. What is it ? (setf modmessiaen3 '(c4 d4 eb4 e4 gb4 g4 ab4 bb4 b4)) (setf SIMessiaenMod3 (pitch-to-interval modmessiaen3)) ; => (2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1) (setf mod3divide (gen-divide 3 modmessiaen3)) (setf firstmodmessiaen3 (filter-first 3 modmessiaen3)) (setf report3 '(c4 e4 ab4)) (setf rep3 (gen-repeat 3 (list report3))) (setf pch3 (modus (flatten (pitch-transpose-start firstmodmessiaen3 rep3)))) (setf MessiaenMod3 (pcs-normal-order pch3 :pitch)) (setf SIMessiaenMod3a (pitch-to-interval MessiaenMod3)) ; => (1 1 2 1 1 2 1 -11) (setf mod3chordsM (melodize '((c4eb4gb4) (d4gb4bb4) (eb4gb4bb4) (e4g4b4) (gb4bb4db5) (g4b4d5) (ab4b4d5) (bb4gb5) (b4d5gb5)))) (setf analysechords3 (pcs-analysis (integer-to-pitch (modus mod3chordsM)))) In particular, this distorts the analysis of the interstellar structure of mode 3: of (2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1) I get (1 1 2 1 1 2 1 -11) Besides, there is probably a more efficient script than the one I tried? Best. Didier PS : In fact, I realize that the function pcs-normal-order is not adapted at all according to the modes.
  14. Dear Julio Thank you for your reply, but that's not what I want. I know the integer-to-pitch function well, I use it in my musical analysis with the tools of the Set Theory. And precisely, at my request, in order to be able to add the notation mod12 on a partition, Janusz created the insertion of integers via num0 ... num11. What I want is for make-omn to recognize the num parameter, either directly or by being able to add to :length, :pitch, :articulation, :velocity, the parameter :num or other name. I made an example from a row extracted from the Library Vienna. By adding in the series the notation in integers with the parameter num one realizes that this notation does not appear in the score from make-omn : (setf dur (gen-repeat 12 'q) ) (setf op29webernLib (expand-libraries '(library vienna webern r19))) (setf op29webernNumMO '(ds4 num3 b4 num11 d4 num2 cs4 num1 f4 num5 e4 num4 g4 num7 fs4 num6 as4 num10 a4 num9 c4 num0 gs4 num8)) (setf webernop29_OMN (make-omn :length dur :pitch op29webernNumMO )) Unlike the notation as follows: (setf op29webernNum1 '(q ds4 num3 b4 num11 d4 num2 cs4 num1 f4 num5 e4 num4 g4 num7 fs4 num6 as4 num10 a4 num9 c4 num0 gs4 num8)) Best. Didier Stéphane bonsoir, Réponses croisées. Merci. Je n'avais pas pensé à l'intégrer en tant qu'articulation. Merci donc. Et je viens de vérifier en ajoutant aussi des articulations (num0+marc, num11+stacc...) ça fonctionne. C'est impeccable. Cross responses. Thank you. I had not thought of integrating it as an articulation. Thank you so. And I just checked by adding also joints (num0 + marc, num11 + stacc ...) it works. It's impeccable. Best. Didier
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