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  1. Hello! Is there a way to do a simple conversion from integer (representing scale degree) to pitch (via a Tonality)? map-to-tonality assumes that the integer input is a chromatic pitch class. Thank you! Elliot
  2. Hi, In Symbolic Composer (SCOM), there is a mechanism to keep the tonality (scale) and symbols separately and combine them to form actual pitches. Is something like that possible in Opusmodus? Regards, Rangarajan
  3. Hi, I have a small suggestion concerning MAKE-SCALE: It would be a nice extension, if one can use lists in :alt would be an easy way to construct symmetric scales and more complex sieves. simple example: (make-scale 'c3 8 :alt '(1 2)) => (c3 cs3 eb3 e3 fs3 g3 a3 bb3) same as: (flatten (list (gen-mix (make-scale 'c3 4 :alt 3) (make-scale 'cs3 4 :alt 3)))) => (c3 cs3 eb3 e3 fs3 g3 a3 bb3) Happy New Y(ear)(s)! ole
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