This is an refactor of ScoreDraft to address 2 weakness of ScoreDraft when considering it as a Python library:
- PyPi Compatibility
- Low-level Interface Exposing.
This project is consisted of 2 packages: SingingGadgets and ScoreDraft.
- Package SingingGadgets provides low-level interfaces to the singing synthesis engine.
- Package ScoreDraft provides highevel interfaces similar to the project ScoreDraft, based on package SingingGadgets.
For more details on the design considerations, see:
Building with CMake
SingingGadgets can be built and deployed to an arbitary local path with CMake.
- CMake 3.0+
- CUDA (Optionally needed by the VoiceSampler module, can be disabled by setting "USE_CUDA" to false in /SingingGadgets/VoiceSampler/CMakeLists.txt)
You can simply run CMake to generate makefiles/project files for your system and build. You can set CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX to /Test so that the test scripts can find SingingGadgets.
PyPi Style Building/Installing
SingingGadgets is compatible with Setuptools. To build and install PyPi locally, try:
$ python3 setup.py build $ python3 setup.py install
Prebuilt wheels are also available from https://pypi.org/. Lastest packages are:
SingingGadgets-0.0.3-cp35-cp35m-manylinux1_x86_64.whl SingingGadgets-0.0.3-cp36-cp36m-manylinux1_x86_64.whl SingingGadgets-0.0.3-cp36-cp36m-win_amd64.whl SingingGadgets-0.0.3-cp36-cp36m-macosx_10_9_x86_64.whl
If you are using a compatible system, try:
$ pip3 install SingingGadgets
- PyPi style building currently doesn't support CUDA
- Because SingingGadgets contains a package called exactly ScoreDraft, it will likely conflict with the one in project ScoreDraft (https://github.com/fynv/ScoreDraft). If you are using both, please consider using the CMake building approach and deploy neither of them into your Python installation directory.
pyTinySoundFont is available under the MIT license.