[CM] New music package 'musx' available

Forrest Curo treegestalt at gmail.com
Fri Jan 8 12:33:44 PST 2021

This looks like a wonderful idea, making the system much easier to work on!

You mention putting it into 'a python virtual environment.' On a linux
system, is there any particular advantage to doing it that way? Or should I
just start up python 3 and go from there?

Forrest Curo
San Diego

On Fri, Jan 8, 2021 at 12:17 PM Taube, Heinrich K <taube at illinois.edu>

> For any pythonistas out there, I have a new music package implemented in
> python3 called musx that contains almost all of the tools available in
> Common Music and Grace. It uses python’s package system so it is very easy
> to install (assuming you have python 3.9 lying around.)
> If you want to try it out do this:
> $ curl -O
> http://cmp.music.illinois.edu/courses/taube/mus499mrc/downloads/musx-1.0.0.zip
> $ unzip musx-1.0.0.zip
> $ cd musx-1.0.0
> $ open README.md
> $ open INSTALL.md
> —Rick
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