Mot-clé : GUIDO

2014

Extension de Guido aux notations contemporaines

Journées d'Informatique Musicale, May 2014, Bourges, France. pp.17-24

Le projet GUIDO regroupe à la fois un format textuel de description de partitions musicales, un moteur de rendu basé sur ce format, et une librairie qui fournit aux dévelop- peurs d'applications, un support de haut niveau pour l'en- semble des services liés au format GUIDO et à son rendu sous forme graphique. A l'origine, le projet GUIDO traite de la notation traditionnelle de la musique occidentale. Le projet a été récemment étendu, tant du point de v... read_more

Le projet GUIDO regroupe à la fois un format textuel de description de partitions musicales, un moteur de rendu basé sur ce format, et une librairie qui fournit aux dévelop- peurs d'applications, un support de haut niveau pour l'en- semble des services liés au format GUIDO et à son rendu sous forme graphique. A l'origine, le projet GUIDO traite de la notation traditionnelle de la musique occidentale. Le projet a été récemment étendu, tant du point de vue du for- mat que du point de vue du rendu, pour adresser également les besoins les plus courants de la musique contemporaine. Cet article présente ces extensions et montre comment les choix de design fournissent à l'utilisateur une large palette de solutions pour la notation de la musique.

INteractivité dans l'Ecriture De l'Interaction et du Temps

Camille Le Roi, Colas Decron, Dominique Fober

Mots-clés :
Music notation, GUIDO, Partition musicale

2009

The Guido Engine - A toolbox for music scores rendering

Linux Audio Conference, 2009, Parma, Italy. pp.105-111

The Guido Music Notation format (GMN) is a general purpose formal language for representing score level music in a platform independent plain text and human readable way. Based on this music representation format, the Guido Lib provides a generic, portable library and API for the graphical rendering of musical scores. This paper gives an introduction to the music notation format and to the Guido graphic score rendering engine. An example of application, the Gui... read_more

The Guido Music Notation format (GMN) is a general purpose formal language for representing score level music in a platform independent plain text and human readable way. Based on this music representation format, the Guido Lib provides a generic, portable library and API for the graphical rendering of musical scores. This paper gives an introduction to the music notation format and to the Guido graphic score rendering engine. An example of application, the GuidoSceneComposer, is next presented.

Christophe Daudin, Dominique Fober, Stéphane Letz, Yann Orlarey

Mots-clés :
GUIDO, Layout, Music, Notation, Score

2005

IMUTUS Score Processing Components

International Computer Music Conference, 2005, Barcelona, Spain. pp.427-430

IMUTUS is an IST European project that aims at the development of an open platform for training students on the recorder. Among the results of the project are two open source libraries for music representation and graphic notation: the MusicXML library, intended to support the MusicXML format and to provide music notation exchange capabilities, and the GUIDO library that provides a powerful graphic score engine. This paper introduces both libraries and describe... read_more

IMUTUS is an IST European project that aims at the development of an open platform for training students on the recorder. Among the results of the project are two open source libraries for music representation and graphic notation: the MusicXML library, intended to support the MusicXML format and to provide music notation exchange capabilities, and the GUIDO library that provides a powerful graphic score engine. This paper introduces both libraries and describes their use in IMUTUS system.

Dominique Fober, Stéphane Letz, Yann Orlarey

Mots-clés :
GUIDO, Layout, Music, MusicXML, Score

2004

Open source tools for music representation and notation

Sound and Music Computing Conference, 2004, Paris, France. pp.91-95

Although numerous systems and applications exist for music representation and graphic notation, there are few resources available to developers. We present two open source projects that aim at making up for this lack of components: the MusicXML library, intended to support the MusicXML format and to provide music notation exchange capabilities, and the GUIDO library that provides a powerful graphic score engine, based on the GUIDO music notation format.

Dominique Fober, Stéphane Letz, Yann Orlarey

Mots-clés :
GUIDO, Language, Music, MusicXML, Representation