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Re: charge of lilypond

From: Jamie Bullock
Subject: Re: charge of lilypond
Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2007 19:02:22 +0000

On Sat, 2007-02-24 at 23:29 -0800, Graham Percival wrote:
>  In particular, I had an OSC server that translated OSC 
> messages into lilypond code, compiled it into pngs, then displayed the 
> results as HTML pages.  The idea is that I'd have one central computer 
> that would generate music (with Computer-Assisted Composition) and send 
> it to musicians to sight-read on stage.

Wow! That sounds like really useful work. I've been thinking about this
idea for a while (real-time score generation), but never figured out how
to approach it. 

> Since Sep, I've been tackling the problem of having the computer judge 
> the ability of musicians, so I haven't touched firelily (that 
> OSC->lily->PNG+HTML program) at all.  I'm planning on rewriting it in 
> python (initial version was in perl) and releasing it at some point, but 
> my focus right now is the musician evaluation tool.

I'd be interested in contributing (some code) to this. Do you have a URL
for the most recent version?


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