[Haskell-cafe] seems like I'm on the wrong track

Henning Thielemann lemming at henning-thielemann.de
Thu Dec 3 09:37:35 EST 2009

On Wed, 2 Dec 2009, Stephen Tetley wrote:

> As for the second half of what you get from a programming language,
> your system description frames what you want to do with an emphasis on
> dynamic aspects. This seems a good way off from the prior art in
> Haskell. For instance there are Haskell synthesizers - George
> Giorgidze's yampa-synth and Jerzy Karczmarczuk's Clarion (actually in
> Clean, but near enough). Here you build signal processing modules -
> unit generators, of course - Yampasynth uses arrows to do this Clarion
> uses infinite streams. With both you would build a synthesizer
> statically from unit generators and somehow run it to produce
> sounds[1].

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