Music21 1.4.0

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CreatedCreated : Jan 15, 2013
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Music21 1.4.0 Toolkit For Computer-aided Musicology....

Applications of this toolkit include computational musicology, music informations, musical example extraction and generation, music notation editing and scripting, and a wide variety of approaches to composition, both algorithmic and directly specified. Music21 by Music21 Development Team, while newly created from the ground up, leverages many approaches and traditions from previous software systems. See Authors, Acknowledgments, Contributing, and Licensing for information on the authors and the background of this project. The 21 in Music21 1.4.0 refers to the traditional MIT course number for music and some other humanities departments – a nod to the place that helped us create this toolkit. Finding Solutions with Small Scripts With Music21 [music211.4.0.exe], a collection specialized objects and tools are made available inside of Python. This is a Python extension library. With a script, a short collection Python code, you can easily find and display a solution to a wide range of musicological problems. For some examples of these scripts, see Examples and Demonstrations. Getting Musical Data Music21 - 26.4MB is specialized for working with musical data represented symbolically: most commonly, this is a musical score or notation. This data can be obtained from a wide variety of sources. If you use Finale, you can easily output scores or notation from these programs as MusicXML (Sibelius can also do so with a commercial add-in). Music21 1.4.0 can then import the MusicXML data. Additionally, there exist numerous on-line repositories of MusicXML data. See Overview: Importing File and Data Formats for links. There are numerous additional symbolic music representations. In addition to MusicXML import and export, music21 presently supports import of Humdrum and its Kern format, MIDI, and ABC, as well as export of MIDI and Lilypond. MuseData and additional formats will be forthcoming. Visualizing Musical Data Music21 provides a wide variety of tools for visualizing musical data and output. Musical notation can be output in a variety of formats, and graphics can be created of musical data or events. For some examples, see music21. graph. Authoring and Transforming Musical Data Music21 permits easily creating and transforming musical data. Say you want to re-arrange the measures of score, transpose a part, or replace every G# with a B: all these actions can be done easily with short Python scripts. Learning music21 To learn to use music21, some familiarity with Python is needed. Python is widely regarded as one of the easiest languages to learn, has clear and concise syntax, and is often taught as a first programing language. You do not need to be a seasoned programmer, or even have complete knowledge of Python. Just a little bit of Python and you will be able to get started with music21. You might skim the following chapters of Python documentation tutorial for a bit of guidance.

What is new in official Music21 1.4.0 software version? - Unable to resolve 1.4.0 news. What is expected in the future? Newly-made Music21 1.5 be downloaded from current page, we also looking forward to unconfirmed 1.6 release build. You may download detail@name=music21-1.4.0.win32.exe&can=2&q= directly, estimated download time by ADSL2+ [~24.5 Mbit/s] is 0:00:09. Just write the reviews of the Music21. System requirements are unspecified. Program has been scanned and verified by the several antivirus and anti-spyware applications and Music21 found to be clean. No guide or Music21 tutorial available. The following languages are supported by Music21: English.

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