[ANN] pyknon: Simple Python library to generate music in a hacker friendly way.

Pedro Kroger kroger at pedrokroger.net
Wed Aug 1 06:31:48 CEST 2012

On Aug 1, 2012, at 12:19 AM, Peter Billam <peter at www.pjb.com.au> wrote:

> I'll check it out.  It probably fits into a whole software
> ecosystem that you're putting together …

yes, I use it for my book, Music for Geeks and Nerds and for teaching.

> It's a crowded area, e.g. my midi stuff is at:
>  http://www.pjb.com.au/midi/index.html

You have very interesting stuff, I'll check them out.

> and I'd probably do the above example by:
>  ~> muscript -midi <<EOT >demo.mid
>  | 3/4 2.0
>  =1 treble 4 D 8 [F# A] 4 Bb
>  EOT

Nice. This reminded me to include a less simple example. After all,
the whole point of pyknon is to be able to generate music programmatically
using Python:


> You could consider posting Pyknon to comp.music.midi ;
> it's very low traffic, but some real gurus lurk there.

Good idea, thanks for the suggestion.



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