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The filter-tie function allows the keyword parameter :omn. On initial reading, I thought this would return the result in OMN form if :omn t is supplied as the option. But that is not the case. Just wondering if changing the behaviour slightly would be useful.

 

For example, 

(filter-tie (list '(c4 c4 c4 d4 d4 e4)

                  '(e e e e e e)) :omn t)

=> (q. c4 q d4 e e4) instead of ((c4 d4 e4) (q. q e))

 

If :omn nil (the default), then the result would be ((c4 d4 e4) (q. q e))

 

-Rangarajan

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What you have given is perfectly acceptable. The example I gave is from the documentation of the function, where the pitches and lengths are given separately. My observation was with respect to that usage pattern. Anyway, if that pattern is not common, then my suggestion is not very relevant.

 

Regards,

Rangarajan

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