[CM] Grace 1.0.0 now available for OSX and Linux

James Baker cycle.code.media at gmail.com
Fri, 1 Feb 2008 11:31:41 +1100

Just had a chance to try out Grace, it is really nice, well done guys.

Built + runs without issue here on my linux box.

Add OSC ports and it'll be perfect :)


On Jan 26, 2008 1:41 PM, Heinrich Taube <taube@uiuc.edu> wrote:
> A binary, drag 'n drop release of Grace 1.0.0 is now available for OSX
> and Linux.
> http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=9766&package_id=260559
> Grace stand for Graphical Realtime Algorithmic Composition
> Environment.  The application is implemented in JUCE and contains
> Chicken Scheme as its extension language.  You generate sound by
> defining algorithms (in Scheme or an infix language called SAL)
> and running them in real time to generate sound.  Grace contains a
> mutipurpose Console window, an emacs-like code editor with evaluation
> services, syntax highlighting and symbol documentation lookup,
> configureable MIDI In and Out ports, MIDI input callbacks in Scheme
> and the beginnings of a general purpose data plotter. For information
> about the application see the documentation under the Help menu.
> Grace 1.0.0:
>   o Realtime music scheduler implemented in JUCE threads
>   o Chicken Scheme extension languange (3.0.0rc1)
>   o Code editor with syntax highlighting, Scheme and SAL evaluation
>      services, s-expression cursor motion, COMMAND-D documentation
>      lookup for symbols asociated with Grace, SAL or R5RS Scheme and
>      many Emacs key bindings (Emacs Mode)
>   o MIDI In and Out Ports with configuration diaogs
>   o Setting MIDI input hooks in Scheme
>   o Channel instrument assigments
>   o Microtonal MIDI output
>   o Complete implementation of SAL syntax
>   o Low-level MidiMessage accessors in Scheme
> For information about the Grace Scheme binding see
>     http://pinhead.music.uiuc.edu/~hkt/grace/doc/scheme.html
> For information about Chicken Scheme see
>     http://www.call-with-current-continuation.org/
> For information about JUCE see
>     http://www.rawmaterialsoftware.com/juce/
> Rick Taube
> Todd Ingalls
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