Euterpea

Library for computer music research and education http://www.euterpea.com

Latest on Hackage:2.0.4

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Version 2.0.4
Last modified: 04-July-2017
Website: http://www.euterpea.com
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Authors:
Paul Hudak
Eric Cheng
Hai (Paul) Liu
Donya Quick
Dan Winograd-Cort

Maintainers:
Donya Quick <donyaquick@gmail.com>

Euterpea is a domain-specific language embedded in Haskell for
computer music research, education, and development, providing
both note-level and signal-level abstractions. It is a descendant
of Haskore and HasSound, and is intended for both educational purposes
as well as serious computer music applications. Euterpea is a
wide-spectrum DSL, suitable for high-level music representation,
algorithmic composition, and analysis; mid-level concepts such as
MIDI; and low-level audio processing, sound synthesis, and instrument
design.

See the License file for licensing information.

If you are experiencing a problem with Euterpea, please first check the
GitHub version of the library: https://github.com/Euterpea/Euterpea2
Bugs still found in the GitHub version should be reported using the
issues page: https://github.com/Euterpea/Euterpea2/issues

PULL REQUESTS WILL BE IGNORED. Bug fixes should be submitted through
the issues page with a detailed explanation of the alterations.

Please send any other questions and comments to Donya Quick
(donyaquick@gmail.com).

Installation instructions and additional examples are available at
the Euterpea website: http://www.euterpea.com
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