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Although computers have transformed how we listen to, obtain, compose, and notate music, they have not fundamentally changed how we research and analyze music. Though many computer databases have been created for musicology, they are not well adapted for sophisticated music queries. For instance ... [More]
PowerTab Tools contains a library for accessing PowerTab Tablature files (*.ptb) and utilities for converting .ptb files to ASCII and GNU LilyPond files.
See http://www.impro-visor.com. Music notation, advice, and play-back tool for helping musicians learn to improvise. Melody generator, Leadsheet, Auto-Accomp, MIDI, MusicXML export. User group http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/impro-visor/.
Here I Am is an open source screen reader project based on a set of new design concepts and fueled by a philosophy that accessibility should be free. The Here I Am project seeks to address several shortcomings of current screen reading technology, namely complexity, unreliability, and, most ... [More]
Personal music score organizer. Webbased and written in XQuery, to run on top of an XML DBMS. Still in pre-alpha stage...
Professional music typesetting, according to the book "The Art Of Music Copying" by Clinton Roemer. Reads MusicXML, CMN, ABC and Guido. Produces MIDI, PostScript, PDF, PNG and SVG; from small images for the web to full printable sheet music.
BMML it's a XML encoding for the Braille Music notation. It was developed by the Contrapunctus project and released as open source at the end. Together with the BMML definition a set of libraries has been produced. The libraries are written in Python and can be freely used to produce both ... [More]