# Small Tuplet Qestion OMN

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Hi!

I have a small tuplet question: best way to notate this kind of structure in OMN?

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Is this even possible?

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`(3q c4 <> ten 3e fs4 ten g5 ten 3s f4 fs5 tie 3e fs5 tie q fs5)`

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Bravo!!  Thank you for showing me this way!

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• Hi,

I'm playing around with the function gen-tuplet and having some bug / unexpected result.
When I evaluate some code like
(gen-tuplet 1 1 'm 'n 'w 5) I get
which is understandable.
But when I give the length-value twice the duration,
(gen-tuplet 1 1 'm 'n 'd 5) I get
whereas I would expect it to be (2/5 2/5 2/5 2/5 2/5).

Is this a bug? Or this is just how it is?

Cheers,
Yuichi

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