The Humdrum Toolkit provides a set of free software tools intended to assist in music research
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This repository contains the "classical" humdrum toolkit. Craig Sapp's humextra tools are now available on his own github repository. There are no binaries, I'll have to compile the code.

Downloading Humdrum

To download the humdrum distribution go to the following page on the github repository:

http://github.com/kroger/humdrum/

and clique on the "download" button.

If you are familiar with git, you may clone the whole repository:

git clone git://github.com/kroger/humdrum.git

Linux

To install humdrum on Linux you need to have a compiler and the alsa development libraries installed. The following command should work on ubuntu and debian:

sudo apt-get install gcc g++ libasound2 libasound2-dev gawk

To compile, go to the humdrum directory and type the following commands:

make
sudo make install

Mac OS

On the Mac OS make sure you have Xcode or Apple's Command Line Tools for Xcode.

To compile, go to the humdrum directory and type the following commands:

make
sudo make install

Configuring

Put the following lines in your ~/.bashrc

export PATH="/usr/local/humdrum/bin:$PATH"
export AWK_VER=gawk
export HUMDRUM=/usr/local/humdrum/
export TMPDIR=/tmp
export CON=/dev/tty