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A simple, easy to use algorithmic composition MIDI creator.

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EasyMIDI

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A simple, easy to use algorithmic composition MIDI creator for Python, based on midiutil.

Creating a MIDI file can be as simple as this:

from EasyMIDI import EasyMIDI,Track,Note,Chord,RomanChord
from random import choice

easyMIDI = EasyMIDI()
track1 = Track("acoustic grand pino")  # oops

c = Note('C', octave = 5, duration = 1/4, volume = 100)
e = Note('E', 5)
g = Note('G', 5)
chord = Chord([c,e,g])  # a chord of notes C, E and G
track1.addNotes([c, e, g, chord])

# roman numeral chord, first inversion (defaults to key of C)
track1.addNotes(RomanChord('I*', octave = 5, duration = 1))

easyMIDI.addTrack(track1)
easyMIDI.writeMIDI("output.mid")

Installation

EasyMIDI is only compatible with Python3. If you have setuptools for Python 3, you can install the package by running python3 setup.py install (use sudo python3 setup.py install on Linux or python3 setup.py install –user). TODO PyPI - pip install support

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Documentation can be found here: http://easymidi.readthedocs.io

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