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Re: an open question

From: Jan-Peter Voigt
Subject: Re: an open question
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2018 07:29:54 +0200
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Hello Jacques,

last year I have been working on an export module for lilypond:
This is in an early stage, a proof of concept. I had to put this project aside for a while, but it is still on my agenda and hopefully it develops further soon.

So if anyone is interested in joining this challenge you may contact via the list or private mail.


Am 24.03.2018 um 17:47 schrieb Jacques Menu Muzhic:

Joe, what do mean exactly by pure data?

Jan-Peter, I’m interested in the MusicXML export from LP, can you tell us more?

A nice day!


Le 24 mars 2018 à 06:48, Jan-Peter Voigt <address@hidden <mailto:address@hidden>> a écrit :

Hello Joe,

this is touching a subject I have been working on last year. I created some kind of proof of concept to export other file formats from lilypond. I can export musicXML and Humdrum with some limitations. It is based on an infrastructure that exports via format-plugins so it should be possible to create one for pd.
If you are interested I can send more informations.


Am 24. März 2018 02:08:28 MEZ schrieb Joe Davenport <address@hidden <mailto:address@hidden>>:


    When another user inquired about composing without midi playback, i found 
encouragement to ask something from the technical side. Maybe i have some 
healthy curiousity about coding language, which follows:

    Is it possible to integrate .ly with other musical coding languages? It 
would be very beneficial to write music that integrates the quick engraving of 
lilpond (other software is too slow for me) with the sound fonts and modulation 
of pure data.

    i may have read this being used in rosegarden. however, it took time for me 
to integrate .pd with my soundcard- so i could use some pointers or insurance 
on integrating these two languages!

    thank you,


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