[Haskell-cafe] Music made with Haskell
anton.kholomiov at gmail.com
Mon Dec 8 17:59:19 UTC 2014
It's arranged with functions. There are functions like
- play sample in the loop
- play sample with some rhythmic pattern
- apply reverb, pan or another effect
- crossfade between samples
- scale the pitch
- many more
You can write the functions and listen to the results.
The audio output can be generated live endlessly.
It can loop over and over without stop.
2014-12-08 20:47 GMT+03:00 silvio <silvio.frischi at gmail.com>:
> > https://soundcloud.com/anton-kho/celtic
> > https://soundcloud.com/anton-kho/invisible-ocean
> > The music is based on samples but
> > a single track uses no more than 6 samples.
> > The code is under 100 lines of code.
> > I'm using my libs csound-sampler and csound-expression.
> I like the idea and the sound. I didn't look at the code. Is it
> procedural or arranged by hand? It'd be really cool to have a small
> haskell program that just keeps playing without end.
> cheers silvio
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