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Opusmodus 1.4 - Choralis

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Wonderful,

 

it will become one of my favorite and will be probably very fun to use in conjonction with passing-interval function.

 

SB.

 

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Nice!

 

However, what happened to what Bruckner (according to Schönberg) called the "law of the shortest path" (Gesetz des nächsten Weges)? Of course, for expressiveness one should not always choose a "shortest path" voice leading, that tends to become boring. But here, there are predominantly skips. Steps should be more likely, at least that would be more common (e.g., more easy to perform and also to follow by the audience). Is there perhaps a way to control the likelihood of steps vs. skips?

 

Thanks!

 

Best,

Torsten 

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To use the shortest path i use always the closest-path function.

In the example given by Janusz, you may use the closest-path function on the chords before exploding to voices.

 

SB.

 

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:path nil will give you the shortest path 🙂 

In the example above the :path is '? (at random).

 

22 hours ago, Stephane Boussuge said:

In the example given by Janusz, you may use the closest-path function on the chords before exploding to voices.

No need to do that.

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