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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

majalan

Copperbox revision 3221.

I've removed skipping from Arpa, the combinator library for arpeggiator patterns. Allowing skipping meant there was an implementation leak in the API, plus I now feel skipping should be providence of beat patterns (via rests).

majalan

Copperbox revision 3220.

I've fixed a bug in building beat patterns - using foldr built them backwards so I've switch to foldl'.

Also I've added some more primitives empty, basic and aribtrary - next I need some proper combinators (not primitives).

majalan

Copperbox revision 3219.

I've added the module Majalan.Base.BeatPattern - this is the first draft of a combinator library for generating beat patterns.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

majalan

Copperbox revision 3218.

I've added the first draft of Majalan.Base.Arpa - a combinator library to generate arpeggiator patterns.

Using it quickly announced that I need a similar library to make beat patterns.

Monday, July 28, 2014

majalan

Copperbox revision 3217.

I've implemented Chains and changed clickTrack to use a Chain.

Chains are potentially a very handy abstraction for building sequencers, arpeggiators and other automatic instruments.


majalan

Copperbox revision 3216.

I've improved the algorithm that builds an ImpulseMap from a Timeline. I've also removed the duplication of User context in the Advance object.

These improvements are a prelude to adding Chains - an abstraction Wumpus had for stepping through point sequences. Chains in Majalan will step through Impulse Maps.

Sunday, July 27, 2014

majalan

Copperbox revision 3215.

I've added timeline animation to make a click track. Currently the implementation is a bit weak and it needs improving.

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Disambiguating biog as there are a few Stephen Tetley's in the world. I'm neither a cage fighter or yachtsman. I studied Fine Art in the nineties (foundation Bradford 1992, degree Cheltenham 1992 - 95) then Computing part-time at Leeds Met graduating in 2003. I'm the Stephen Tetley on Haskell Cafe and Stackoverflow.