Reading the HyperNext manual #2

René Micout rene.micout at numericable.com
Thu May 20 06:58:17 CDT 2010


YES !

Le 20 mai 2010 à 13:46, Richmond Mathewson a écrit :

> "HyperNext  supports  note  playing  based  upon QuickTime Musical instruments. On
> Windows machines note playing requires QuickTime to be installed. There are 128
> instruments available and a list of their names can be accessed using a HyperNext
> function.
> Three different approaches to playing notes are supported. The first two are useful for
> playing single notes whereas the third allows melodies or sequences of notes to be
> defined and played. At the present time HyperNext only supports one Note channel so if
> a melody is playing then any PlayPitch or PlayNote command will be ignored.
> 
> (1)  Notes can be played individually using the PlayPitch command which specifies the
> instrument, pitch, velocity and duration. This method is useful for allowing the user to
> play a particular note, perhaps via a keyboard displayed on a card.
> 
> (2)  Notes can be played individually using the PlayNote command which specifies the
> instrument, octave,  note, velocity and duration. This method is useful for allowing the
> user to play a particular note, perhaps via a keyboard displayed on a card.
> 
> (3) Notes can be played as group using the MelodyPlay command. This is more powerful
> than the PlayPitch/PlayNote commands and gives greater control over the musical
> output. "
> 
> OK, Peter, leveraging QuickTime instruments wouldn't be much cop for Linux
> (but, that - as my Grandfather used to say - "is a coming man already gone).
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