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  1. Hi, I want to learn all the valuable information available in the Assistant PDF-files of Opusmodus. How can I export all these files to my iPad. I just want to read and learn while traveling without the need to drag my Computer along. A similar question has been asked in August 28 2018 already, but the requester does not seem to have received an answer: I was not able to get anything from https://opusmodus.com/forums/tutorials/: What did I wrong? August 28, 2018 in You find the PDF document here: https://opusmodus.com/forums/tutorials/ on the right: "Download Tutorial Guide". Thanks for any help! Daniel
  2. It is certainly an iconoclastic analysis, but André's script to generate Jean Barraqué's proliferating series made me want to test several Anton Webern series in his script and see how they were modified, in particular at level of their intervallic structures. It is also an opportunity to test the graphical analysis tools offered by Opusmodus. And in particular in the various circular representations for the pitches. For the interval classes, I used the circle-rythm-plot function but that would deserve, in my opinion, a specific circular representation. Sorry for my bad English. Didier ActuelJeanBarraqueExport.pdf
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