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Generator of musical arrays and search machine for pitch class sets

TTRM is a program that creates twelve-tone arrays, as musical scores (TeX format) or square tables (text format). It also constructs Stravinskian Verticals, it is a search machine for sets in the row matrix, and it gives the Forte-Number of a given set.


User README included and available in TEXT format. User manual included and available in HTML format from


version 3.0.3 (stable)
released on 24 September 2009

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Kelly Hopkins

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24 September 2009

Leaders and contributors

Alexandros Droseltis Maintainer

Resources and communication

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Bug Tracking,Developer,

Software prerequisites

Required to useQt 3.0 libraries
Weak prerequisitedvips (for generating PS from DVI files)
Required to buildmoc
Weak prerequisitedvipdf (for generating PDF from DVI files)
Required to buildsed
Weak prerequisitegv (for viewing the PS and PDF files)
Required to buildmake
Source requirementQt 3.0 libraries
Weak prerequisitete_tex and musixtex (for building the DVI files for the music scores (te_tex includes xdvi
Weak prerequisitefor viewing the DVI files))

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 1 March 2017.


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