[Haskell-cafe] new haskell music track: Mother Is Waiting
jeffbrown.the at gmail.com
Sat Jan 10 21:05:29 UTC 2015
Aside from the Haskell libraries for CSound, does one also have to have
CSound itself installed?
On Sat, Jan 10, 2015 at 2:49 AM, Anton Kholomiov <anton.kholomiov at gmail.com>
> Dear Haskellers I'd like to present yet another
> piece of music made in Haskell.
> It's very soothing piece that can be used as a helper for
> dreaming or meditation. It's dedicated to my friend.
> She's waiting for her second child to be born.
> This time it contains
> no samples. All sounds are made out of waves and filters.
> So I can attach the source code right in the mail. The track relies on new
> of the packages `csound-expression`, `csound-sampler` and `csound-catalog`.
> So you can do
> > cabal update
> > cabal install csound-sampler csound-catalog
> Ad the we can load the file in the ghci and run the main function.
> > ghci Mother.hs
> > main
> and the Csound should be installed to render the synths.
> Cheers, Anton
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