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  1. If I don't want to have octaves, what shall I do? If I evaluate that code, I still get an octave. (setf v1 '(h c5)) (setf v2 '(-q c4)) (polyphony '((12 11)) (list v1 v2) :index 'out) (ps 'gm :p (list out1 out2)) Thank you. René Wohlhauser
  2. Opusmodus 2.0 - New Functions: POLYPHONY The POLYPHONY function allows you to modify unwanted events (interval, velocity or attribute) in a musical texture consisting of two or more simultaneous lines (voices). The unwanted pitch can be removed with (p) symbol (pause), replaced with the an octave (o) of the leading voice or replaced with an interval value in relation to the leading voice pitch. Dictum form: (<interval><pitch-event><velocity><attribute>) in that order. Dictum examples If true: (7 p) 7 - tes
  3. I am working on a new omn symbol VOICES and wonder which way is more natural to write. I would like to hear your comments and ideas on this. Here are the two examples. With symbol :vx 1) Each voice after each event, next to each other (1 bar 4/4): symbol option :vx (:v1 q cs5 ff :v2 q gs4 ff :v3 q f4 ff :v4 q f3 ff :v1 q eb5 ff :v2 q gs4 ff :v3 q c4 ff :v4 q gs3 ff :v1 q cs5 ff :v2 q gs4 ff :v3 q f4 ff :v4 q cs3 ff :v1 q f5 ff :v2 q cs5 ff :v3 q gs4 ff :v4 q cs3 ff) symbol option :x (:1 q cs5 ff :2 q gs4 ff :3 q f4 ff :4 q f3 ff :1 q eb5 ff :2 q g
  4. I really like how Opusmodus allows to preview monophonic snippets (and other material, like interval sequences). No need to explicitly call some function or connect to some editor, as in other composition systems -- just use a keyboard shortcut to see and hear an intermediate result. However, what I miss is notating/auditioning intermediate results of polyphonic music with a single shortcut. So, I defined the function preview-score, based on def-score. The function expects a polyphonic score in the slightly simplified format we discussed earlier. Here is a minimal example.
  5. Dear Alain Jamot, here is a function that may help you. This function is useful for customising sound playback with multiple sound libraries or for algorithmic orchestration. The function expects an OMN expression and returns a list of multiple OMN sequences (multiple parts). It basically sorts notes from the OMN sequence into different parts, depending on the articulations of individual notes. All notes with certain articulations go in one resulting parts, and notes with other articulations in another part. Here is an example. It sorts all notes with pizz
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