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al piano

al piano

By ballacr75 on Jun 13, 2016 7:09 am

Made with AutoCAD

This submission is licensed by author under CC Attribution Noncommercial No Derivative Works (BY-NC-ND)

Yes, with LISP language you can make many things inside AutoCAD (by AutoDESK), on of these cool things is the ability to read external txt files (where I write note information (pitch, duration, oscillator types...) and write to external file (I've learned the .wav structure and recreated with LISP... a bit complicated to explain... 2 years of development, try, try and try... at the end I got sounds out of AutoCAD)
Thanks for you comments!!!
have a nice day (this is my web page)

Yup! But in my experience people use it for computer aided design, like product design etc. not for making retro-8bit-inspired music tracks! ... I assume you're talking about AutoDesk AutoCAD right? Not some other strange interesting thing I haven't heard about? So standing back, it's pretty interesting what you're doing: using a not-exactly-mainstream programming language (which, maybe you know, has deep roots in artificial intelligence, invented by the guy who also co-invented the field) as an interface to a very popular computer aided design platform to make retro-8bit-inspired music - pretty weird and neat! smile

Do you know AutoCAD! Do you use it? Have you got full version?

pretty sweet - this AutoCAD idea is pretty original I think

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