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Date: 2002-10-18 (14:41)
From: Kontra, Gergely <kgergely@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] types & design advices (musical program)
>> Of course I want a 'nice' representation, because I want to develope
>> this little prog.
>If you read Haskell, you should look at Haskore (the documentation is

>I also remember a Caml program (for guitar) by a student of ENS Ulm
>but I haven't been able to find it again. I will give more information
>as soon as I find it.

Thx in advance. My future plan is automatic transcription from numeral
bass to 4-voice choir (automatic music-theory example solver). So the
program should good at 'music note arithmetics' in the TONAL (where are
majors and minors) world. I hope you can understand this (many worlds
are not found in the vocabulary).

So given an input like: C: I IV V I, it will produce the corresponding
(c;c e g) (f;c f g) (g;h d g) (c;c e g)

Sorry for this slightly OT, but I hope it will be a handy ocaml progi
(at least for me :))


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