• # Video Gallery

## How-to in 100 sec. (1)

By Jorgalad, in How-to in 100 sec,

I've never liked drawing automation curves, luckily, with Opusmodus, we don't have to. This video shows you how to create accurate automation shapes and apply them to any parameter you want.

## How-to in 100 sec. (2)

By Jorgalad, in How-to in 100 sec,

Starting with a graph is a great way to come up with new musical ideas. This video will show you how to modulate a sine-wave and map the result to a sequence of pitches.

## How-to in 100 sec. (3)

By Jorgalad, in How-to in 100 sec,

Being able to visualize a code-snippet can go a long way in understanding how a function works. This video shows you how to create multiple graphs and apply them in a musical way.

## How-to in 100 sec. (4)

By Jorgalad, in How-to in 100 sec,

It's easy to get stuck with the same old drum patterns, not with Opusmodus though. This video shows you how to use the polygon-rhythm function to create interesting and new patterns.

## How-to in 100 sec. (5)

By Jorgalad, in How-to in 100 sec,

Writing for four voices traditionally takes a lot of practice and patience, as it should be. Still, it's great to get a little bit of help sometimes. In this video I show you how to use the choralis function to experiment with voice leading in a very straightforward way.

## How-to in 100 sec. (6)

By Jorgalad, in How-to in 100 sec,

The power of Parametric Composition lies in the ability to separate individual aspects of your compositions. This video will show you how to experiment with different velocities before mapping them again to a row of pitches.

## Composing a short Piano piece with Counterpoint function

By Stephane Boussuge, in How-To,

In the latest episode of "Composing with Opusmodus," we'll explore how to craft a piano composition using a selection of patterns. These patterns will be skillfully combined and manipulated using Opusmodus' robust counterpoint function.

## Passive Wine Glass Quartet 1

By opmo, in How-To,

Video by Brad Decker: Algorithmically generated score (Opusmodus) through Max to a set of four unique wine glasses, each with a unique resonant frequency. Each glass gets the same audio signal, but only responds to their unique pitch/frequency when it "hears" it. The output from max is a series of sine waves, tuned to the four resonant frequencies of the glasses. (excerpt/prototype/experiment).

## Opusmodus workflow - MIDI Guitar and MIDI ENTRY

By JulioHerrlein, in Workflow,

This is a demonstrations of the MIDI ENTRY feature of Opusmodus Software, using a MIDI GUITAR CONTROLLER.

## Turing Piano

By JulioHerrlein, in Workflow,

This is a composition for solo piano I did during my Doctorate studies using the concept of parametric composition and the opusmodus software. Opusmodus is amazing.

## Live Coding - improvisation with three patterns

By opmo, in Live Coding,

Short improvisation with three patterns, UNFOLD, PS, function Live Coding Instrument and VSL instruments: alto flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, viennese horn and cello.

## Opusmodus Live Coding Instrument

By opmo, in Live Coding,

Live Coding Instrument improvisation, for FM8, Reaktor, Absynth, Vienna Imperial and Prepared Pianos with five scores.

## OpuspianoTimbres

By Deb76, in Presentation,

modified ConcertArp recording, Steinway D Classical Recording A, modified Celesta, modified Cinbalom, modified original ChurchBells, Steinway D Classical Recording BA and completed with a Ircam Solo Instruments bank instance (flute, Horn, Cello) read via the UVI Workstation The microtonal frequencies are created in Opusmodus from a program that adjusts midicents.

## Parametric Music Composition - Opusmodus Demo by Stéphane Boussuge

By Stephane Boussuge, in Presentation,

This is the LIVE demo of Stephane Boussuge showing in real time how to compose music with Opusmodus at the Karajan Music Tech Conference. Stéphane who is a composer himself did an amazing job with breaking down this innovative way of composing and also analyzing music.

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