[CM] Midi microtuning in cm2

Johannes Quint johannes.quint at web.de
Sat Mar 11 08:32:44 PST 2017


did you have a look to the library in Frankfurt? 
We purchased an example of 'notes from the metalevel' for the course in 2014...


Am 11.03.2017 um 12:16 schrieb Orm Finnendahl:

> Am Freitag, den 10. März 2017 um 13:22:50 Uhr (+0100) schrieb Ralf Mattes:
>> Ok, let me chime in here: my initial goal was keeping CM opertional in
>> current common lisp implementations to be able to use "Notes from the
>> Metalevel". Some of my design goals where:
> That's actually also one of my goals. As I recommend this book to my
> students, I'd like to keep the examples functional (and some of them
> had to get adjusted to even work with the cm2 Version I used, like the
> ligeti example of Tobias Kunze).
> BTW: There has been some complaint about the accompanying CD to the
> book which seems to be missing nowadays and people trying to get a
> copy. Does anybody have this and would be willing to send this to me
> if this doesn't infringe any copyright issues?
>> I'm trying to keep CM2 from spitting into a pile of privatly
>> maintained, slightly different versions of the code.
> I completely agree and can factor out code not directly applying to
> cm2 into extra packages like the incudine/jackmidi realtime stuff.
> Anyone wants to join, any ideas on this? Rick, how do you feel about
> this?
> --
> Orm
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