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j1-2k7-mtW01: Music Programming with Java (for dummies)

May 8, 2007



Presentation by Geertjan Wielenga




In this podcast you'll learn about a project that brings music composition down to the absolute 'dummy' music programmer. Basically, the project, JFugue Music NotePad, which is open sourced on java.net, provides a visual designer on top of the JFugue API, which is a simplified MIDI API. Come see how simple it can be to compose music and, if you like, join the project and extend the designer.

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Geertjan Wielenga presents "Music Programming with Java (for dummies)" at the java.net Community Corner

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