“OM-LEAD” library

ByLorenz Lehmann

“OM-LEAD” library

Back to the HARMON-PROGRESS function:

The randomness that determines the sequence of chords, and thus the final composition, can be controlled in real time. Three different rules are implemented in the HARMON-PROGRESS function for this purpose:

  1. #voice-tie#

… always assigns the same note to a selected voice as in the previous chord.

Input syntax: Ordinal number of the selected instrument.

e.g.: 1

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2. #voice-interval

… limits the selected voice in its movement to certain intervals.

Input syntax: (ordinal number of the selected instrument (list of intervals))

e.g.: (2 (100 -100 700 -500))

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3. #voice-counter

… is a rule that determines the type of movement of two voices in relation to each other.

Either parallel (parallel), contrary (contrary), or in lateral movement (tied)

Input syntax: ((ordinal numbers of the two selected instruments) movement type)

z. B.: ((0 3) contrary).

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All the rules are accessible via &key-inlets.

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