[Haskell-cafe] ANNOUNCE: Euterpea 1.0.0

Stuart Popejoy spopejoy at panix.com
Thu Mar 12 02:56:33 UTC 2015

A blocker for me using Euterpea in the past is it being largely broken 
on OS X (vs Windows, didn't try on Linux). Does this release improve on 
that situation?

On 3/10/15, 7:29 PM, Daniel Winograd-Cort wrote:
> We are happy to announce the official release of Euterpea! Euterpea is 
> a library for computer music research, education, and development, 
> providing both note-level and signal-level abstractions. It is a 
> descendant of Haskore and HasSound and is intended for both 
> educational purposes as well as serious computer music applications. 
> Euterpea is suitable for high-level music representation, algorithmic 
> composition, and analysis; mid-level concepts such as MIDI; and 
> low-level audio processing, sound synthesis, and instrument design. It 
> also includes an extensible system for building musical user 
> interfaces using UISF, a new AFRP UI library. Euterpea's performance 
> is sufficient for most real-time midi applications and some basic 
> real-time audio synthesis.
> Try it out with
> cabal install Euterpea
> You can find more at...
> euterpea.com <http://euterpea.com> - a site for a quick start, 
> tutorials, and working examples
> haskell.cs.yale.edu/euterpea <http://haskell.cs.yale.edu/euterpea> - 
> more detailed info and help, including an in-progress textbook 
> (Haskell School of Music)
> hackage.haskell.org/package/Euterpea 
> <http://hackage.haskell.org/package/Euterpea> - the hackage page with 
> some docs
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