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PUBLIC MARKS from Emaux with tags "informatique musicale" & "logiciel libre"

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Rosegarden: music software for Linux

Rosegarden is a well-rounded audio and MIDI sequencer, score editor, and general-purpose music composition and editing environment.

2009

SuperCollider » About

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SuperCollider is an environment and programming language for real time audio synthesis and algorithmic composition. It provides an interpreted object-oriented language which functions as a network client to a state of the art, realtime sound synthesis server. SuperCollider was written by James McCartney over a period of many years, and is now an open source (GPL) project maintained and developed by various people. It is used by musicians, scientists, and artists working with sound.

Pure Data Community Site

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Pd (aka Pure Data) is a real-time graphical programming environment for audio, video, and graphical processing. It is the third major branch of the family of patcher programming languages known as Max (Max/FTS, ISPW Max, Max/MSP, jMax, etc.) originally developed by Miller Puckette and company at IRCAM.

Not A Hat—Blog

SimpleSynth | MIDI Patchbay | PYMIDI | NHCollections

2008

Rosegarden: music software for Linux

by 6 others
Rosegarden is a well-rounded audio and MIDI sequencer, score editor, and general-purpose music composition and editing environment. Rosegarden is an easy-to-learn, attractive application that runs on Linux, ideal for composers, musicians, music students, and small studio or home recording environments.

pure-lang - Google Code

Pure is a modern-style functional programming language based on term rewriting. It offers equational definitions with pattern matching, full symbolic rewriting capabilities, dynamic typing, eager and lazy evaluation, lexical closures, built-in list and matrix support and an easy-to-use C interface. The interpreter uses LLVM as a backend to JIT-compile Pure programs to fast native code. Pure is closely related to the author's Q language and is slated to eventually become its successor, since it offers many new and powerful features and programs run much faster than their Q equivalents.

documentation de pure data

documentation de pure data mai 2004 Jérôme Abel http://impala-utopia.org : : INSTALLATIONS SONORES : : Pure Data met en jeu un ensemble de disciplines très diverses : l'informatique, l'audionumérique, l'art interactif et musicale. Je propose ici, une synthèse de notes de lectures destinée à une meilleure appropriation de l'outil informatique. C'est un mélange d’extraits de livres, de cours, de textes sur Internet, de débats, plus ou moins repris intégralement. Il est important de préciser que ce n'est pas un travail universitaire et que la seule originalité de ce texte réside dans l'agencement des différentes sources. Certains extraits sont subjectifs, je n'ai pas cherché à être neutre.

2007

flexatone h.f.p. | Christopher Ariza | Main

flexatone h.f.p. is the front of composer and sound designer Christopher Ariza. This site provides free downloads of complete, un-cut, high-quality mp3 and ogg audio files of experimental concert, computer, and electro-acoustic music, as well as information about the music, music research, algorithmic music software, and on-line tools for music analysis and creation. Music on this site is distributed for free, without cost, registration, or advertisements; software on this site is either free or open source.

CRCA - Center for Research in Computing and the Arts - Research : Computer Music

Computer music has been an integral part of CRCA since its inception. Computer music projects at CRCA cover a broad range of spectra, from pure research to technically advanced creative endeavors. Currently, research in spatialized audio, computer music languages, interactive performance, and synthesis techniques are conducted at CRCA. CRCA is the home of Pd, the latest graphical language authored by Miller Puckette, and CARL, which was developed at the Center for Music Experiment (CME) by F. Richard Moore et al.

envl.net | Resources

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envl.net is developed with free, open-source software tools. See the links below for information about these software systems, as well as other potentially relevant resources.