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Installation dependencies are in INSTALL.md linked from the website, but
 
Installation dependencies are in INSTALL.md linked from the website, but
just come talk to me [Evan].  I plan to be at the hackathon on Friday and Saturday, and possibly Sunday afternoon if there's interest.
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just come talk to me [Evan] or send email (address above).  I plan to be at the hackathon on Friday and Saturday, and possibly Sunday afternoon if there's interest.
  
 
To get sound you'll need VSTs, a VST host, and jack if it's linux.  It's
 
To get sound you'll need VSTs, a VST host, and jack if it's linux.  It's

Latest revision as of 22:47, 5 April 2017

Project: Karya, a music sequencer.
Description: This is a program for writing music, details on website.
Maintainer: Evan Laforge qdunkan@gmail.com
Source: http://hub.darcs.net/elaforge/karya/
Website: http://ofb.net/~elaforge/karya/doc/overview.md.html

Installation dependencies are in INSTALL.md linked from the website, but just come talk to me [Evan] or send email (address above). I plan to be at the hackathon on Friday and Saturday, and possibly Sunday afternoon if there's interest.

To get sound you'll need VSTs, a VST host, and jack if it's linux. It's easy to set up on OS X, it might be complicated on linux, but anyone already doing music will need to have already figured that out. You'll need lilypond if you want staff notation.

I develop on OS X and linux support is mostly untested, so getting linux working might be a task in itself.