tidal: Pattern language for improvised music

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Dependencies array, base (<5), bytestring, colour, containers, diagrams-core, diagrams-lib, hosc (>=0.9), netclock, parsec, process [details]
License GPL-3.0-only
Author Alex McLean
Maintainer tidal@mail.slab.org
Category Sound
Home page http://yaxu.org/tidal/
Uploaded by AlexMcLean at Tue Aug 23 20:16:51 UTC 2011
Distributions LTSHaskell:0.9.8, NixOS:0.9.6, openSUSE:0.9.6
Downloads 26442 total (260 in the last 30 days)
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Modules

  • Datadirt
  • Neko
  • NekoPort
  • OscType
  • Pattern
  • Proxy303
  • Rhythm
  • Stream

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tidal
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Pattern language for live performance.
http://yaxu.org/tidal/

This is all rather experimental.

Dependencies:

* Netclock (http://netclock.slab.org)
* Supercollider (http://supercollider.sourceforge.net/)
* Some software synth that is controllable by OSC messages.

Tidal uses the netclock protocol (http://netclock.slab.org/) for time
sync.  Currently the only server is written in the supercollider
language.

It comes with an emacs mode, in emacs/tidal.el , based heavily on
Rohan Drape's hsc-mode, part of the excellent hsc library.