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The EVENTS-ANALYSIS function will be useful for editing:

(events-analysis 34 sequence)
=> Bar: 34
   Time Signature: (5 4 1)
   Contents: (h bb5 mf q e3 mp tr2 -s f4 tr2 q. bb5)
   Number of events: 5
   Events: ((h bb5 mf) (q e3 mp tr2) (-s) (s f4 mp tr2) (q. bb5 mp))
   Events span: (1/2 1/4 1/16 1/16 3/8)
   Pitches: (bb5 e3 f4 bb5)
   Ambitus: (-8 22)


At the moment I am work on INSERT-FERMATA and EDIT-EVENTS which will allow us to edit any event in a sequence.

The INSERT-FERMATA function will insert a fermata attribute in the same position (measure) into all of the instruments.

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