i-score is an interactive intermedia sequencer - read more on http://i-score.org/ or come chat with us !
With i-score you can sequence OSC, MIDI, etc. parameters between multiple software and hardware, to create interactive scores.
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Releases are available for Windows, Linux (via AppImage) and Mac OS X.
- Windows : install and run.
- OS X : extract and run i-score.app.
- Linux : make executable (right click -> permissions or
chmod +x) and run the AppImage.
In order to build i-score, follow the instructions. Current builds tested on Mac OS X, Ubuntu 14.04, ArchLinux, Windows 8.1.
When updating the i-score repository through the command line, don't forget to update the submodules, they change often.
cd i-score git pull git submodule update --init --recursive
Some useful and easy potential contributions are listed on the website.
There are also many fixable areas in the code :
- TODO : for general problems. Some are five-minute fixes, other are a multiple-day quest
- FIXME : for critical bugs / problems.
- MOVEME : when something is not where it should be.
- REMOVEME : when something is redundant.
- RENAMEME : when the class does not match with the file it's in.
- OPTIMIZEME : when an easy-to-write-but-suboptimal algorithm is used.
Finally, one can write its own i-score plug-ins to add custom features to the software. An example plug-in with the most common classes reimplemented is provided here.