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OMN - how implemented in Common Lisp?

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most of the time i'm working with pure LISP (pitches in midi-note-numbers -> then (midi-to-pitch ...) to create omn-pitches)

after LISP-coding (generating lists for pitches/lengths/...) i'm converting to OMN-format by  (make-omn :pitches :length etc...)... 




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Hi opmo,


As a developer I can understand the complexity of Opusmodus. My question arose just out of curiosity while studying Common Lisp and trying to understand how the OMN pitch notation is implemented under the hoods. That's all :-)


But anyway, as AM stated, working with pure Lisp types will already enable a lot of Opusmodus hacking to keep me of the street for a while.



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