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  1. MIDI ENTRY To start the MIDI input into your score file, select the command MIDI Entry from the Tools menu. When MIDI Entry is ON, the Listener echo bar will change to orange: Now you know the MIDI Entry is ON. Depending on the position of the pitch-bend wheel and the modulation wheel as well as the position of the sustain pedal the colour of the Listener echo bar will change. To make the MIDI Entry as functional as possible there are a number of commands that will increase the speed of your work without the need to move away form your MIDI keyb
  2. Build-in Slime in Opusmodus coming soon. Here is the 'Emacs-Slime Setup.lisp' extension file: ;;;--------------------------------------------------------- ;;; SLIME in Opusmodus ;;;--------------------------------------------------------- #! ;;; HOWTO If you're accustomed to Emacs and Common Lisp, you may prefer SLIME, the Superior Lisp Interaction Mode for Emacs, to editing lisp in regular Opusmodus windows and its listener. There are a number of places to get Emacs for MacOS. One that works well is: https://emacsforosx.com SLIME ships with Opusmodus, in the "/Applications/Op
  3. MICROPOLYPHONY is a polyphonic musical texture developed by György Ligeti which consists of many lines of dense canons moving at different tempos or rhythms, thus resulting in tone clusters vertically. According to David Cope, "micropolyphony resembles cluster chords, but differs in its use of moving rather than static lines"; it is "a simultaneity of different lines, rhythms, and timbres". Example with two choirs:
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