Copyright | (c) Hans Hoglund 2012-2014 |
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License | BSD-style |

Maintainer | hans@hanshoglund.se |

Stability | experimental |

Portability | non-portable (TF,GNTD) |

Safe Haskell | None |

Language | Haskell2010 |

- data Aligned v
- aligned :: Time -> LocalDuration -> v -> Aligned v
- renderAligned :: HasDuration a => (Span -> a -> b) -> Aligned a -> b
- renderAlignedVoice :: Aligned (Voice a) -> Score a
- renderAlignedNote :: Aligned (Note a) -> Event a
- renderAlignedDuration :: Aligned Duration -> Span

# Documentation

`Aligned`

places a vector-like object in space, by fixing a local duration interpolating
the vector to a specific point in time. The aligned value must be an instance of
`HasDuration`

, with

providing the size of the vector.`view`

`duration`

This is analogous to alignment in a graphical program. To align something at onset, midpoint or offset, use 0, 0.5 or 1 as the local duration value.

Show a => Show (Aligned a) | |

Transformable v => Transformable (Aligned v) | |

HasDuration v => HasDuration (Aligned v) | |

HasDuration v => HasPosition (Aligned v) |

aligned :: Time -> LocalDuration -> v -> Aligned v Source

Align the given value so that its local duration occurs at the given time.

renderAligned :: HasDuration a => (Span -> a -> b) -> Aligned a -> b Source

renderAlignedVoice :: Aligned (Voice a) -> Score a Source

Convert an aligned voice to a score.

renderAlignedNote :: Aligned (Note a) -> Event a Source

Convert an aligned note to an event.

renderAlignedDuration :: Aligned Duration -> Span Source

Convert an aligned duration to a span.