[CM] CM/Scheme without Grace?

Neil Baylis neil.baylis at gmail.com
Thu Feb 27 10:51:32 PST 2020

Ok, thanks. I could use common lisp if necessary. I've used Grace in the
past, and liked the algo music functions. But the published version is not
working so well on MacOS. I understand you're working on a new version.


On Thu, Feb 27, 2020 at 10:18 AM Taube, Heinrich K <taube at illinois.edu>

> Hello Neil, that would be difficult as many of the scheme functions make
> calls to c++ code.
> A better solution would be to use the common-lisp version available on the
> source-forge website, but of course then its not in Scheme.
> —Rick
> ________________________________
> Rick Taube
> Chair, Composition/Theory
> School of Music
> University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
> Email: taube at illinois.edu <taube at illinois.edu>
> President, Illiac Software Inc.
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> Email: taube at illiacsoftware.com
> On Feb 27, 2020, at 11:45 AM, Neil Baylis <neil.baylis at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is it possible to run CM using scheme without the Grace application? For
> example, by just editing scheme files in an ordinary text editor? If so,
> can anyone point me at instructions for doing this?
> I see the Grace documentation lists a bunch of functions/macros related to
> algo music, but it's not clear to me whether Grace is required to get that
> functionality.
> My application is to algorithmically generate midi to be played by virtual
> instruments. (i.e., route the midi to a VST or AU host.)
> Neil Baylis
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