[chuck-users] Announcing MIDIFlower

Spencer Salazar spencer at ccrma.stanford.edu
Thu Jan 7 17:44:57 EST 2016

Looks great Gregory! The design looks very clean and efficient.

Ive always thought about doing something like this when I work with MIDI
but then never get around to it. Definitely nice to move beyond
bit/byte/nibble-wrangling, especially for people who aren't familiar with
those concepts.


On Thu, Jan 7, 2016 at 9:00 AM, Gregory Newsome <greg.newsome at utoronto.ca>

> Hi chuck-users,
> I’d like to announce the release of MIDIFlower, a lightweight MIDI input
> framework for ChucK.
> MIDIFlower listens for and routes incoming MIDI data to your ChucK
> instruments. It’s particularly useful for those who  use ChucK with a MIDI
> controller.
> With MIDIFlower, you’ll focus more on your instrument code, and less (or
> not at all) on MIDI input boilerplate.
> https://github.com/GLN/MIDIFlower
> Feedback welcome!
> Gregory Lee Newsome
> Lecturer, Digital Composition
> Faculty of Music
> University of Toronto
> greg.newsome at utoronto.ca
> http://gregoryleenewsome.ca/
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Spencer Salazar
Doctoral Candidate
Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
Stanford University

spencer at ccrma.stanford.edu
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