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Common Music 2.12 by Rick Taube. Also check out the related cm-incudine, cm-fomus, cm-utils and cm-svg repos here.
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This is the repository of an ancient version of Common Music (version 2.12.0), the presumably last version which ran on Common Lisp dating from around 2007-09, before work on Common Music shifted to (scheme-based) cm3. It is not maintained by Rick Taube, but put here mainly to provide a functional Common Lisp version as a basis for extending it to be combined with other Common Lisp based realtime music systems, especially incudine (http://incudine.sourceforge.net). For the (much extended) current version please refer to http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/commonmusic. The following README is the orginial text from the old version. It is not up to date: This is the README for Common Music (CM). Common Music is released under the GNU Software License. See the file doc/gpl.text for the terms of this agreement. The project home for Common Music is at: http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/commonmusic Documentation for the system is located in the doc/ directory: o Installation instructions are in doc/install.html o The Common Music dictionary is in doc/dict/index.html. o The home page is in doc/cm.html The system has been tested in the following OS/Lisp configurations: core .sco .mid .cmn .clm .aiff midishare Linux: ACL 5.0 (beta) x x x x x x Clisp 2.31 x x x x x x CMUCL 18e x x x x x x x Guile 1.6.0 x x x OS X: ACL 6.2trial x x x Clisp 2.31 x x x x x x Guile 1.6.0 x x x MCL 5.0 x x x x x OpenMCL 0.13, 0.14 x x x x x x x FreeBSD: Clisp 2.31 x x x x x CMUCL 18e x x x x x Guile 1.6.4 x x x Windows 2000: ACL 501 x x x x x Clisp 2.31 x x x x x Windows/Cygwin: Clisp 2.31 x x x x x Guile 1.6.0 x x x x x MacOS (9.2) MCL 4.2, 4.3 x x x x x x x The example file etc/examples/intro.cm is a fine place to start. Please feel free to contact me with bug reports and suggestions. There is a mailing list assocated with the CCRMA suite of Lisp programs (CLM, CMN, CM and Snd). To join the list send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org Rick Taube Associate Professor Composition/Theory School of Music University of Illinois Urbana IL 61821 Net: email@example.com Vox: (217) 244-2684 Fax: (217) 244-8319