Re: [linux-audio-user] Re: Anyone interested in helping with melotron

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Date: Monday, March 21, 2005 - 6:10 am

First of all thanks to you all! Such a mass of replies and filled with so
many interesting things. I'm sorry, I didn't reply up to now, but my access to
the internet is limited nowerdays. At home I have none...
Thanks for the soundfonts John, Emiliano. The idea about a textbased
soundfont editing tool sound very interesting to. Get me as your second
tester. :-)
Three years ago I talked to Josh Green about this. We discussed the idea of
textifying swami. The thoughts we came up with were close to the idea of OSC.
An interactive shell, where the different layers were directories and the
variables to change (properties?) were like files. Then we had thought about
the set of useful commands (like cd, ls, cat or show, cp, mv, etc.)
So that was that. I just thought it might be nice to throw in something,
that was already thought about, perhaps it's a good one or at least it
inspires. A scripting language is a very nice thing, too.
Again thanks!
Kindest regards

Music was my first love and it will be my last (John Miles)

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