[CM] cm 3.7.0 -- loading instruments.
taube at uiuc.edu
Mon Nov 8 07:52:16 PST 2010
the instruments included are simply examples of what can be done in
clm, of course you can build clm instruments from scratch, new
instruments would use the unit generators that clm provides.
On Nov 8, 2010, at 9:34 AM, JOSE IGNACIO QUEVEDO wrote:
> Hy Heinrich, thanks for the information:
> i just beginnning installing the software grace:
> as i think it is possible to design any frecuency and spectrum in CLM?
> or one can only modify the instruments that are preprogramed there?
> i notice there are 2 from Juan Reyes, he was teacher of me long time
> ago for a short period and he teach me the backgrounds of algoritmic
> jose ignacio quevedo.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Heinrich Taube" <taube at uiuc.edu>
> To: "commonmusic-Mailing-List list" <cmdist at ccrma.Stanford.EDU>
> Sent: Monday, November 08, 2010 9:24 AM
> Subject: [CM] cm 3.7.0
>> ive released cm 3.7.0 with prebuilt binaries for win32 fedora ubuntu
>> and osx (intel):
>> * Enhancement: updated to S7 Scheme 1.72 (23-Oct-10) and latest CLM
>> runtime and instruments.
>> * Enhancement: updated to latest Fomus framework (0.1.12-alpha-rc6 )
>> * Enhancement: new Midi Out>Recording menu lets you record, save,
>> import and play back anything sent out the port.
>> * New functions: mouse-x mouse-y mouse-button -- read and return
>> current mouse screen coodinates and button state.
>> * Enhancement: new function midifile-import
>> * Enhancement: new function midifile-header
>> * Enhancement: new function file-version
>> * Enhancement: Console window displays a silver frame while Lisp is
>> waiting for input. The frame disappears when input is executed to
>> indicate that Lisp is busy and unavailable for input during this
>> * Bug fix: fixed bug in markov-analyze that caused infinite loop in
>> some cases.
>> * Bug fix: fixed bug in pathname-directory and pathname-name that
>> returned bogus pathname components.
>> * Bug fix: fixed some indentation bugs for SAL1 and SAL2 edit
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