[chuck-users] here's an idea
garton at columbia.edu
Mon Aug 22 12:22:30 EDT 2011
Or use chuck~ :-)
On Aug 22, 2011, at 12:12 PM, Tomtom wrote:
> You don't need to write a translater - here is how I would do that :
> 1. load your midi file in a tracker - or any program that can read / edit MIDI
> 2. route the midi output of your tracker to ChucK and play the file
> 3. write a ChucK script that receives MIDI messages and translate them
> to sounds.
> Modularity for the win !
> Excerpts from Robert Poor's message of lun. août 22 17:08:44 +0200 2011:
>> On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 05:49, Tomtom <tomtom at herbesfolles.org> wrote:
>>> ...what you are describing... is exactly how a MIDI file works...
>> So the logical thing would be to write a MIDI file interpreter in
>> ChucK. Has anyone done that?
>> Given ChucK's limited string and file processing it might be a
>> challenge to write it in pure ChucK. You could write a MIDI to ChucK
>> converter in [insert favorite language here], and define a standard
>> library of ChucK instruments to match the standard MIDI instruments.
>> Sounds like a worthwhile project for some ambitious music hacker.
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