[CM] ats which lisp

Juan Pampin juan@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Thu, 8 Mar 2007 14:12:23 -0800

I'd be happy to help getting ATS to compile on Fedora, it shouldn't be
that hard if you have clm-2 compiled. Please send me a private email
with your error log and I'll take it from there.

On 3/8/07, Juan I Reyes <juanig@maginvent.org> wrote:
> Hola Juan!
> Thanks a lot for your response.
> I was afraid this was going to be the answer. I have not had any luck
> with ATS on clm-2 on Fedora Extras' cmucl-19c-7.fc6. But please forgive
> me for not having tried de C version but I feel the Lisp code is quite
> exquisite (and flexible) for many musical expression algorithms compared
> to the graphical interface. I'll give it few more shots.
> BTW, Could ATS Scheme be a nice project for SND gurus: Kjetil and
> Michael Scholz ?
>   Best of all
>   --* Juan Reyes
> On Thu, 2007-03-08 at 11:30 -0800, Juan Pampin wrote:
> > Hi Juan,
> > unfortunately I couldn't port ATS from clm-2 to clm-3 due to the
> > drastic change in clm-struct (I'd basically have to re-write
> > everything from scratch, since I was using pointers to arrays which
> > are no longer supported). That said, the code should work without
> > problems in clm-2 (if you manage to compile clm-2 in sbcl or cmucl).
> > There is a C version of ATS that you can download from SouceForge
> > which implements the analysis functions and comes with a simple GUI
> > written in GTK. I know Fernando has been using this for his last piece
> > and managed to read the analysis data into clm-3, so he is "the man"
> > :-)
> > You can find links to most of the stuff from this page:
> > http://www.dxarts.washington.edu/ats/
> > Best,
> > JUAN
> >