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  1. Hello everyone, I am working on a piece with midi sampling in my DAW (Cubase) and want to generate the midi data with Opusmodus. Currently I am trying to get a seamless as possible rhythmic accelerando from 1 note/second to 10 notes/second over the course of 20 seconds. I guess I'll have to express it in note values for midi export, so 1/4 to 1/40 in 5 bars of tempo 60? All attempts so far have resulted in audible rhythmic steps, so how can I achieve this as seamless as possible with minimal rhythmic shifts?
  2. Hi J, (or anybody else who knows?) I am trying to find what function generates a written out accelerando... in other words something like this starting in whole notes and down to thirty seconds: w h h e e e e s s s s s s s s t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t or involving tuplets also, or better still, starting from a given rhythmic value (lengths in opmo?) a geometric progression of lengths. In Supercollider, we use Pgeom and give it a start and end and a multiplier and this allows fro some great accell, stutter effects. What would be the equivalent here? Thanks! Julio
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