[chuck-users] Getting Started with ChucK
haberg at math.su.se
Tue Jul 21 12:42:31 EDT 2009
On 21 Jul 2009, at 17:59, Kassen wrote:
> Lisp does and most things based on it so that includes Scheme which
> in turn means Fluxus uses anonymous functions. Fluxus might be a
> nice system if you want Lambda's and creative programing, it even
> has a (modest) extension for sound but it's mainly OpenGL.
I though that perhaps OCaml might be a good candidate. One reason is
that it gives good performance.
> I too feel a Lambda operator would be pushing it, I'm not sure we
> need it either.
There is a package Haskell package Haskore <http://haskell.org/haskore/
> for doing MIDI that perhaps can give some ideas of the usability of
lambda-calculus in music. Haskell though, because of its overall
laziness, needs to use monads to express typing of imperative
structures. Could be a bother in music.
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