MIDI extensions (WIN32, Mac)?

Gilles Lenfant glenfant at equod.com.nospam
Tue Dec 19 20:23:51 CET 2000


I don't think that Python is the best language for "real-time" stuffs like a
MIDI sequencer.
But perhaps a high level object (say a full featured sequencer) written in C
may be controled from Python script, but it's hard work.

"Richard Dobson" <rwd at cableinet.co.uk> a écrit dans le message news:
3A3FACEF.DAF77229 at cableinet.co.uk...
> Hello,
>
>
> I have just started looking at Python seriously, with a focus on music
> applications; e.g. algorithmic composition. Python seems to me to be
> idally suited as a first programming language for Music Technology
> students who have never done programming before. So far the net trawling
> I have done has failed to turn up any already-done extensions supporting
> MIDI i/o. I could probably code this myself at least for WIN32 if need
> be, but it is the sort of thing I feel sure somebody must already have
> done. Can anyone suggest anything? Or has it indeed not been done yet?
>
>
> Richard Dobson
>
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