'jMusic' provides a library of classes for generating and manipulating music, and is a solid framework for computer assisted composition in Java. jMusic supports composers by providing a music data structure based upon note/sound events, and methods for working with that musical data. jMusic can read and write MIDI files, audio files, and its own .jm files. jMusic is designed to be extendible, so you can build on its functionality by programming in Java to create your own music composition tools.
DocumentationUser tutorials available in HTML format from http://jmusic.ci.qut.edu.au/jmtutorial/t1.html; User guide available in HTML format from http://jmusic.ci.qut.edu.au/jmDocumentation/index.html
released on 28 July 2003
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|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||28 July 2003|
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