• # Tutorial Guide

by Nigel Morgan

## 32 documents in this category

1. #### Lesson 30. Clusters, Repeats and Ornaments

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2. #### Lesson 29. Tempo Changes and Percussion

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3. #### Lesson 28. Working with Libraries

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4. #### Lesson 27. Merging Parts and Sequencing Score-Scripts

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5. #### Lesson 26. Chords to Parts

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6. #### Lesson 25. Tonality 2

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7. #### Lesson 24. Tonality 1

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8. #### Lesson 23. Intervals and Rows

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9. #### Lesson 22. Lengths and Rhythms

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10. #### Lesson 21. Mapping, Substituting and Interleaving

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11. #### Lesson 20. Skipping, Swallowing and Pausing

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12. #### Lesson 19. Randomization and Variation

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13. #### Lesson 18. A Chorale with Integers

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14. #### Lesson 17. Working with Integers

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15. #### Lesson 16. Ambitus

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16. #### Lesson 15. Simplifying Melodic Texture

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17. #### Lesson 14. Further Working with Binaries

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18. #### Lesson 13. Working with Binary Rhythmics

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19. #### Lesson 12. Pitch Variation and Articulation

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20. #### Lesson 11. Adding an Inner Part

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21. #### Lesson 10. Gesture

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22. #### Lesson 9. The Bass Part

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23. #### Lesson 8. Changing Metre

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24. #### Lesson 7. Retrograde, Transpose and Sections

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25. #### Lesson 6. Structure

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26. #### Lesson 5. List Processing

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27. #### Lesson 4. Rhythm, Repeats and Random Seeds

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28. #### Lesson 3. Defining Chords

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29. #### Lesson 2. Introducing OMN

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30. #### Lesson 1. Creating and Processing a List

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31. #### Reference

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32. #### Introduction to Opusmodus

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• ### Introduction to OMN the language

OMN is designed as a scripting language for musical events. It’s not about sounds themselves, it is about their control and organisation in a musical composition. As a linear script rather than a graphic stave, musical events can be transformed, extended, reorganised by powerful computer algorithms. Some sequencers and score writers provide basic algorithms, but they do not represent the way composers now think about the process of music composition. Composing has become such a multi-faceted pro

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• ### Introduction to Opusmodus

Contents A Contemporary Language for Making Music The Parametric World of Music The Parametric Instrument Learning Opusmodus : A Strategy Important Questions: Necessary Answers

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• ### CLM Installation

Contents CLM Installation Command Line Tools Load and Compile Instruments CLM Installation Common Lisp Music, by William Schottstaedt is a powerful sound synthesis language implemented in Lisp and C. CLM is essentiall

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