[CM] downloading for OSX

Rick Taube taube@uiuc.edu
Sat, 30 Apr 2005 14:44:19 -0500

The easiest route is to download the drag-and-drop OSX application  
(CM.app) from sourceforge. The app contains clm-3, cmn, will write .mid  
  and .sco files and will load midishare if you have it installed on  
your computer.  CM.app uses Emacs.app and X11.app, both are free  
downloads -- see the CM.app readme for more information.


On Apr 30, 2005, at 8:37 AM, giordai o laoire wrote:

> dear folks
> I want to run CM to a G4 Powerbook laptop to write both midi and  
> CSound .sco files and I intend to run Max/Msp on this machine as well.  
> I'm considering the M-Audio D/A convertor as hardware. Any opinions  
> out there? Also What's the simpliest downloading route for my  
> purposes, there seems quite a choice. Been using an older version for  
> OS9 for 4 yearso I'm outa touch, somewhat P.S. ordered NFTM from  
> Amazon as I really like CM, as I know it
> yours
> Giordai
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