CFugue Beta Released!!
CFugue, meaning Carnatic Fugue or the C/C++ replacement
of JFugue, is a high level Music Programming Library. CFugue
makes it possible to play music notes directly from C/C++ programs, without ever
having to deal with the low-level MIDI complexities. This library provides a simple
abstraction that lets you concetrate on programming the music rather than
worry about the MIDI nuances. Provides features that makes it possible to use this
library directly from many platforms, including but not limited to ASP pages, .Net
applications and even non-Windows based systems.
For usage samples and further details, please refer to the rich and detailed documentation or download.
Additional Release: PlayByEar!!
This is a simple application that lets music learners improve their Play-By-Ear
capabilities of Music. With support for over 100 different instruments, users will
be able to practice identifying the notes of their own favourite instrument.
For the first time in the world, this is a single application that seamlessly supports
both Western and Carnatic Music Notations. The application is designed around simple
Question/Answer paradigm. It plays (poses) a series of notes that the user has to
identify (using the Virtual Keyboard Control provided on the application Window).
The questions are designed around the concepts of reinforced learning paradigm.
With questions designed to be set at multiple levels of difficulty, users of all
levels (from beginners to advanced) should be able take advantage of the application
starting at their own level of Music Knowledge. The scoring system is based around
advanced behavioral learning patterns that captures users’ Music recognition capabilities
through different metrics that help them immensly with progressive learning.
Read the UserManual.html (available in the download) for more details on how to
use the application and the various ratings/scoring details.
This is the CFugue Music Programming Library project (“cfugue”)
This project was registered on SourceForge.net on Apr 16, 2009.
The final goal is to provide a C/C++ API for programming music. Hiding the complexity
of MIDI, the library offers high-level programming for music notes. Offers features
to directly start working on Music Notes such as C, D, E etc… Works with Western
and Carnatic music alike.