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I'm greatly thankful for the hard work put into lilypond and frescobaldi.
I use lilypond to type up leadsheets for jazz and some other genres , inspired by Mark Veltzer's Openbook . I've gotten pretty fast at typing up songs over time. The goal is to have a CLI or web interface to generate a pdf for concert/bb/bass clef/etc, optionally include lyrics, and so on.
Being able to transpose is quite handy, although I'm working on a system to automatically handle larger transpositions (e.g. for Eb instruments or for bass clef). The problem is if I statically pick one direction (up or down), some leadsheets will have the notes too high or low. I think I can resolve it with having all songs entered in absolute pitches and scanning for the lowest/highest note.
What are some alternatives?
piano-scales - This poster is a visual reference to help pianists / producers learn and identify the major and minor scales.
cl-patterns - Library for writing patterns to generate or process (a)musical sequences of mathematically (un)related (non-)compound values in Lisp.
SuperDirt - Tidal Audio Engine
Spontini - A text-combined-with-graphic music editor for creating professional scores with LilyPond
alda - A music programming language for musicians. :notes:
csound - Main repository for Csound
supercollider - An audio server, programming language, and IDE for sound synthesis and algorithmic composition.