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    Banded Waveguide Instrument.


      (setf row (library 'vienna 'berg 'r11))
      (setf degree '(0 3 4 0 -2 -3 -1 0 -2))
      (setf mat
             (gen-eval 6 '(harmonic-progression
                           (setf degree (gen-rotate 2 degree)) row))))
      (setf end1 (harmonic-progression '(-13 -13) row :relative t))
      (setf end2 (harmonic-progression '(-12 -12) row :relative t))
      (setf end3 (harmonic-progression '(-13 -13) row :relative t))
      (setf end4 (harmonic-progression '(-12) row :relative t))
      (defparameter omn (make-omn
                         :length '((q) (-h))
                         :pitch (assemble-seq mat end1 end2 end3 end4)
                         :velocity '(mp)
                         :span :pitch))
      (with-sound (:reverb jc-reverb)
        (bandedwg-synth omn omn omn :mode 1)





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