For midi you can try my packages: temporal-music-notation and temporal-music-notation-demo (and maybe temporal-music-notation-western). It looks like Haskore but different inside. It tries to be clear, minimal, more efficient and documented (as far as my english goes though).
Anton 2013/7/10 Mark Lentczner <mark.lentcz...@gmail.com> > I'm a little lost in the bewildering array of music packages for Haskell, > and need some help. > > I'm looking to recreate one of my algorithmic music compositions from the > 1980s. I can easily code the logic in Haskell. > > I'm looking for a the right set of packages and SW so that I can: > a) generate short sequences and play them immediately, preferrably in ghci, > -- but 'runHaskell Foo.hs | barPlayer' would be acceptable > 2) generate MIDI files > > I'm on OS X. > > So far what I've found is: Haskore, the midi package, and the jack package > - and then I'd need some MIDI software synth for the Mac, and Jack based > patcher.... Or perhaps I want SuperCollider, and the Haskell bindings - but > that seems rather low level for my needs here (I don't really need to patch > together my instruments, and I don't want to have re-write the whole timing > framework from scratch.) > > So - What's a quick easy path here? > > - Mark > > > _______________________________________________ > Haskell-Cafe mailing list > Haskell-Cafe@haskell.org > http://www.haskell.org/mailman/listinfo/haskell-cafe > >
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