a library for writing music in perl
Mubber is the toolkit I've built for
music over the past five years, since I made the
stubborn decision not to use anyone else's software. It consists
of a synthesis engine written in glib-based C and a perl layer
which makes it easy to write in terms of sequences, notes, and so
forth, in a mostly functional style.
In case that didn't limit its appeal enough (I only recently
making music with perl), I should mention that it makes no
particular attempt to operate in real time. Nor does it have any
facilities for making changes while it's running. Nonetheless, I
find it pleasant enough to use for writing whole songs
. . . who knows, maybe someone else will too.
Documentation is currently only in comments in the source code, so
by all means
if you have any questions.
- perl >= 5.6.0
- glib 2.0 >= 2.0.6
- libsndfile >= 1.0.2
- Linux 2.4, 2.6
- Mac OS 10.2 (10.3 coming soon)
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