Re: Text to Midi

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On 03/19/2012 03:05 PM, Michal Seta wrote:
+1
I am interested, too.

Perhaps you guys know Grace (http://commonmusic.sourceforge.net/). It's
not command line and it has its own GUI but it's perfectly suitable for
composing (via programming, either in scheme or its own built-in
language SAL) and writing compositions to MIDI, Lilypond (needs fomus
library), CSound etc. If you really need to use CLI, you can build it
from sources and you get a cm binary that can be run as Emacs inferior
process.

But I am sure you knew all that already...
Cheers!

./MiS

On Fri, Mar 9, 2012 at 2:10 PM, S. Massy <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx
<mailto:lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:

    On Fri, Mar 09, 2012 at 06:33:24PM +0100, Nils wrote:
     > On Fri, 9 Mar 2012 10:41:46 -0500
     > "S. Massy" <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
     >
     > > On Fri, Mar 09, 2012 at 03:52:21PM +0100, Nils wrote:
     > > > On Fri, 9 Mar 2012 09:40:17 -0500
     > > > "S. Massy" <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx>>
    wrote:
     > > >
     > > > > Hello,
     > > > >
     > > > > One important way in which I have made music on Linux in
    the past is
     > > > > using text-to-midi software to create tracks. The software
    I used back
     > > > > then, and have used occasionally in the past few years, is
    midge[1], a
     > > > > text-to-midi programme written in perl with a strong
    emphasis on
     > > > > randomisation (randomised timing, weighted random note
    selection, random
     > > > > block selection, etc.). Allas, it does not appear to have
    been updated
     > > > > in nearly six years now, and, though it still works fine for my
     > > > > purposes, I'm wondering whether I should switch to
    something new before
     > > > > diving back into text sequencing. Does anyone know of other
    such
     > > > > programmes offering similar randomisation features? I've
    heard good
     > > > > things of Bob Van Der Poel's mma, but its focus seems more
    on templating
     > > > > styles and quick composition: is that correct?
     > > > >
     > > > > Any suggestion will be greatly appreciated, as always.

Rumor. Also with coming Frescobaldi, it will be able to record input from a midi device and convert is to lilypond afaik.

\r
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