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  1. Dear Friends, I'm working with pcs now. A lot of pcs have inverted forms. For example: Pcs 3-11 correspond to the minor triad (037) and also the major triad (047) since both have the same interval vector. But when I evaluate the expression below, I get only the prime form (037) and not the IF (047). Is it possible to retrieve also the inverted form, like the example below ? (setf pcset (pcs '3-11)) >> (0 4 7) ??? Thanks a lot
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