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  1. I spent some time making the TONNETZ function a truly compositional tool. I have extended the Tonnetz to 12 spaces (nets) with a possibility of net transitions. Here is how it works. Arguments and Values: chord - a chord or pitch list (intervalic content, one of 12 Tonnetz numbers). transition - list of transition names: p, r, l, n, s, h and 0 (repeat). net - an integer. Tonnetz net label: 1 to 12. join - 0 (a transition) or 1 (a joined transition). step - a list of integers. Number of axis steps: 0 (no change), 1 (1 step up), -1 (1 step dow
  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
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