[CM] CM/Scheme without Grace?

Taube, Heinrich K taube at illinois.edu
Fri Feb 28 08:18:48 PST 2020

Yes, Grace is built in JUCE.  Actually Its not hard to load plugins directly into juce, if you did that you could route your midi to your plugins without needing an external app.
I have

On Feb 28, 2020, at 9:55 AM, Iain Duncan <iainduncanlists at gmail.com<mailto:iainduncanlists at gmail.com>> wrote:

So much good stuff to dig into on this thread! :-)

Rick, I noticed in the S7 docs there was a mention of your name on "S7 in JUCE". Did you use JUCE for Grace? I ask as it's on my to-evaluate list for some advanced ear training software I'd like to build with S7.  (Jazz ear training software,  at a high enough level of sophistication, starts to look like algo composition if you squint a little.)


On Fri, Feb 28, 2020 at 6:31 AM Taube, Heinrich K <taube at illinois.edu<mailto:taube at illinois.edu>> wrote:

On Feb 28, 2020, at 6:44 AM, Michael Gogins <michael.gogins at gmail.com<mailto:michael.gogins at gmail.com>> wrote:

> 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.)

Grace is a C++ app that contains a real time scheduler, s7 scheme, and a scheme version of common music.  You would develop your programs in scheme (or Sal) and you can run them in realtime to send MIDI or OSC to external programs. you can also use bill’s own s7 scheme binding to sndlib to generate audio files algorithmically.

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