web page has a disclaimer, mentioned in the above post. The following information is included within this post bearing in mind the statement in the disclaimer that some things "may vary and change at anytime". The experiments took place yesterday afternoon.
A chart was drawn and then letters, figures and points were used to produce music and then details of which letter, figure or point produces which note were entered on the chart. It was found that some notes are produced by more than one character. This is thought to be because the idea is that each character will produce a note. However, this post is about using a sequence of characters to produce notes, thereby using the application to produce a midi file.
I have some knowledge of music, though not a lot, so maybe the parlance in what follows might not be precise, yet I hope that the meaning can be understood.
There are some gaps in the chart. Maybe these notes are not encoded, yet maybe they are available and I have not found out which characters produce them.
Notes, white without tail.
middle c #
Notes, white with tail.
Notes, black with tail.
middle c s
Notes, black with tail and one wavy line.
e | (that is, a vertical line character)
Notes, black with tail and two wavy lines.
In addition, a space produces a rest. The characters underscore, plus, full stop and comma also produce rests. They are not all the same yet there is some duplication. The underscore and the full stop produce what I think is a longer rest and the three others produce what I think is a shorter rest. Also ] produces a bar line on the score though I do not know, at the time of writing this post, what, if any, effect it has on the music.
Hopefully, the above charts will be of use in producing some music.
19 December 2007