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HarmTrace: Harmony Analysis and Retrieval of Music with Type-level Representations of Abstract Chords Entities

We present HarmTrace-Base, a library for parsing and unambiguously representing musical chords.

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Dependenciesbase (>=4.4 && <5), binary (>=0.6.4), containers (>=, ghc-prim (>=0.2), ListLike (>=3.0.1), uu-parsinglib (==2.9.1.*) [details]
Copyright(c) 2012--2017 Chordify B.V.
AuthorW. Bas de Haas, Jeroen Bransen and Jose Pedro Magalhaes
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HarmTrace Base: Parsing and unambiguously representing musical chords

HarmTrace base is a library for representing musical chords. It is used a small number of programs. A Chordify we build our back-end in Haskell and the HarmTrace-Base library is used to represent, store, manipulate, print chords etc. Basically the library offers a set of types and classes for representing musical chords in an unambiguous manner as presented in [1]. [1] Christopher Harte, Mark Sandler and Samer Abdallah (2005), "Symbolic representation of musical chords: a proposed syntax for text annotations"
In: Proceedings of 6th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval (pp. 66-71).


cabal install or stack init and stack build