Here are two examples of UnaryCopyBufferTransforms.
Converge To Mean Transform
This transform was suggested by Phil Burk. It converges the pitches of a melody to the melody's mean pitch. The first note of the melody will be unchanged, the last will equal the mean pitch, and all notes in between will converge closer and closer to the mean.
This transform takes a melody and splits it up over any number of parts. A hocket probability is consulted to decide whether, for any given note, whether to hand it to another staff.
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