[Haskell-cafe] the library of beautiful instruments implemented in haskell / csound
amindfv at gmail.com
Sun Sep 13 21:38:28 UTC 2015
These sound great, congratulations! "Batteries included" is a great place
to be. Can you point to references you used to create the instrument
On Sun, Sep 13, 2015 at 9:13 AM, Anton Kholomiov <anton.kholomiov at gmail.com>
> Status update for my haskell synth csound-expression. The main point is
> presence of many cool instruments. They are implemented in the package
> csound-catalog. All packages are compiled with GHC-7.10 So the hackage
> fails to build them and unfortunately docs a broken too. But you can look
> at the source code of the module Csound.Patch to now the names of the
> instruments. The usage is pretty straightforward. It's described here:
> There is an mp3 file to listen to the instruments.
> *The 4.8.3 is out! New features:*
> This is a very important release to me. It tries to solve the problem
> present in the most open source music-production libraries. It's often the
> pack of beautiful sounds/timbres is missing. User is presented with many
> audio primitives but no timbres are present to show the real power of the
> framework. This release solves this problem. See the friend package
> csound-catalog on Hackage. It defines 200+ beautiful instruments ready to
> be used.
> The csound-expression defines a new type called Patch for description of
> an instrument with a chain of effects. It's good place to start the journey
> to the world of music production.
> There are new functions for synchronized reaction on events. The
> triggering of events can be synchronized with given BPM.
> The library is updated for GHC-7.10!
> github repo: https://github.com/spell-music/csound-expression
> hackage: http://hackage.haskell.org/package/csound-expression
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