lemming at henning-thielemann.de
Sat Aug 7 17:10:59 EDT 2010
On Sat, 7 Aug 2010, Johann Bach wrote:
> Midi files or music exported by the typical music editor is
> "expressionless." A *human* would play that music with slight tempo
> variations, subtle accents... some notes would be overlapped in time
> slightly, some separated in time. I want a program that starts with a
> plain midi file, then via a domain-specific language lets me describe
> nuances of expression.
In principle Haskore supports to annotate music with expression. You write
expressions like crescendo, legato etc. and separately you write a Player
that interprets those expressions. However Haskore has its own way to
describe music, you would not start with MIDI files.
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