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    • By etu
      After a few days of testing and reading I'm starting to understand the power of OpusModus.  What would be beneficial to me (and perhaps other new users) is a collection of relatively simple scores.  I see references to such scores in the forums, but I cannot find them.  Perhaps they are not available in the newer versions of OpusModus?  Here is an example of a score I cannot find:
       
       
       
    • By AM
      dear all
      here is a setup for playing midi-files/scores in polytempi / follow the instructions and have fun!
      just ask if you have some questions...
       
      greetings
      andré
       
      - personally i will use it for exact sample/e-player perfomance with my pieces which are working with "Technology-Assisted Conducting"
      http://polytempo.zhdk.ch ... in future i will do it all directly from OPMO or lisp - "live score generating" + polytempo-conducting + e-player)
      - i have already done this with my piece MODULAR FORM  but not all controlled by LISP/OPMO, so next step is doing it all in OPMO/LISP
       
      ...some explanations about the piece....
      andré meier - trompete | komposition - modular form
      WWW.ANDREMEIER.ORG  
       
       
      greetings
      andré
       
      Polytempo - Wikipedia
      EN.WIKIPEDIA.ORG  
      ;;; POLYTEMPO-PLAY ;;; with a MAX-patch (from my friend thomas peter) and some OSC-send i can play the same/different midis (up to 30) ;;; in different tempos in parallel - any combination, with precise coordination ;;; also possible: change global velocity (means: change velocity inside midi) ;;; time-delay (start) in ms ;;; 1) OSC-send functions: (defparameter *out-socket* (make-socket :type :datagram)) (defparameter *remote-host* "127.0.0.1") (defparameter *remote-port* 7500) (defun udpsend (&rest args) (let ((message (apply' osc::encode-message args))) (send-to *out-socket* message (length message) :remote-host *remote-host* :remote-port *remote-port*))) ;;; 2) a) put the MAX-player-folder on desktop ;;; b) start midiplayer.maxpat ;;; c) midiplayer: define your output source in [midiout@name "from MAX 1"] ;;; d) the MIDIS must be placed in the midi-folder (inside MAX-player-folder) ;;; 3) generate SCORE (here a nonsense example) (setf omn (make-omn :pitch (setf pitches (filter-repeat 1 (flatten (gen-sort (rnd-air :type :pitch :seed 45) :step 5 :sort '> :seed 123)))) :length (gen-length '(1) 1/32) :velocity (pitch-to-velocity 'p 'mf pitches :type :float) :span :pitch)) (def-score sorted-whitenoise (:title "sorted-whitenoise" :key-signature 'atonal :time-signature '(4 4) :tempo 60 :layout (grand-layout 'inst)) (inst :omn omn :port 0 :channel 1 :sound 'gm :program 'acoustic-grand-piano)) ;;; 4) COMPILE that score into your Max-Player/midi-folder => PATH+NAME!!! (compile-score 'sorted-whitenoise :file "your-path/sorted-whitenoise") ;;; 5) play it by evaluate UPSEND -> some examples ;;; /eplayer / midi-name / tempo-factor / velocity factor / time-delay in ms (udpsend "/eplayer" "sorted-whitenoise" 1.0 0.5 0) ;; originaltempo, velocity 0.5 (udpsend "/eplayer" "sorted-whitenoise" 2.3 1.0 0) ;; (* tempo 2.3) etc... (udpsend "/eplayer" "sorted-whitenoise" 0.375 1.0 2000) ;; (* tempo 0.375 with startdelay 2000ms) (udpsend "/eplayer" "stop") ; you can stop with that ;;; a tempo-relations => 23:17:13:9:3:2 -> a complex example with time-delays ;;; also possible with every and different midis you like (progn (udpsend "/eplayer" "sorted-whitenoise" 2.3 1.0 0) (udpsend "/eplayer" "sorted-whitenoise" 0.3 0.8 0) (udpsend "/eplayer" "sorted-whitenoise" 0.2 0.4 0) (udpsend "/eplayer" "sorted-whitenoise" 1.3 1.0 10000) (udpsend "/eplayer" "sorted-whitenoise" 1.7 0.9 16000) (udpsend "/eplayer" "sorted-whitenoise" 0.9 0.7 20000)) (udpsend "/eplayer" "stop") ; you can stop with that  
       
      Max_Player_19-08-23.zip example.aiff
      goldberg_13_11.aiff example_11_7_5_3_2.aiff
    • By torstenanders
      Dear all,
       
      After updating to a recent Opusmodus version 1.3, I ran into some errors when loading code that had been loaded and compiled before, e.g., quicklisp, quicklisp libraries, swank (the interface that allows using Emacs Slime with Opusmodus), and my own Lisp libraries. The errors I saw were rather cryptic, like the following:
       
      Error: The value "CL" is not of the expected type list.
      While executing: (:internal ccl::operation-on-all-specs ccl::%define-package), in process Listener-1(7).
       
      After exchanges with Janusz (thanks a lot for your help!) I learnt that the underlying Common Lisp version of Opusmodus had been upgraded to CCL version 1.12, and the format of compiled files (fasl files or dx64fsl files) of this version had changed.
       
      So, in case you run into similar problems, these can be fixed simply by deleting all previously compiled files (which Lisp stores if they do not change to speed up the load process), so that the Lisp compiler has to compile them again. In the folder  ~/.cache/common-lisp just delete any folders starting with ccl-, so that all compiled files in this directory are compiled again.
       
      Best,
      Torsten
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