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Please excuse the slightly misleading terminology in the title of this post, but I am looking for a straightforward method to experiment with different chord rhythms and patterns for the left hand in a keyboard style arrangement. As an example, I have this simple arrangement: (setf lh-chords '( #|1|# (c2 c3e3g3 c3e3g3 c3e3g3) #|2|# (f2 c3f3a3 c3f3a3 c3f3a3) #|3|# (e2 e3g3c4 e3g3c4 e3g3c4) #|4|# (gs2 e3b3 e3b3 e3b3 g2 d3g3b3 d3g3b3 d3g3b3) )) (setf lh-lengths '( #|1|# (e e e e e e e e) ;i #|2|# (e e e e e e e e) ;i #|3|# (e e e e e e e e) ;i #|4|# (e e e e e e e e) ;i )) (def-score Simple-Period (:title "Simple-Period" :key-signature '((c maj)) :rewrite-lengths 't :time-signature '((4 4 8)) :tempo '(60) ) (lh :length lh-lengths :pitch lh-chords :port "FROM Sibelius I" :channel 1 :volume 100 :pan 64 :controllers (91 '((48)) 64 '((0)))) ) Which results into: I'm pretty sure there are much easier ways to write something like this, are there any functions I can look into that make it easier to experiment with different chord inversions, arpeggio's, etc. ? It would be great if I could just write the chords first and then later in the score experiment with them, including the ability to subtract notes and alternate between bass notes and other chord tones. I've learned about gen-repeat already, which seems like it could be useful for this specific example, are any other functions I should check out? Thank you once again! - Jor