[LAD] [LAU] ANN: CMKeyboard
grib at billgribble.com
Sun Dec 9 22:06:18 UTC 2012
Patrick, interesting stuff! I am about to push an early version of my current project to github -- python and clutter implementing a puredata knockoff (with python data types and evaluator).
I've found it to be a good combo so far, using multiprocessing to separate engine, UI, and DSP (in C extension).
On Dec 9, 2012, at 16:20, "Patrick Shirkey" <pshirkey at boosthardware.com> wrote:
> On Mon, December 10, 2012 3:37 am, Louigi Verona wrote:
>> Hey Patrick!
>> In what way would you say this is different from JACK Keyboard?
> First it uses alsa midi through the alsaseq library.
> Second it is written in python3.
> Third it uses the Clutter "opengl" UI toolkit.
> I'm not sure if jack keyboard supports 128 midi keys.
> CMKeyboard is not intended to replace jack keyboard. It's about getting
> some traction using Python3 and Clutter.
> Clutter and Python are two under utilised options in LAD. Not sure why
> Python is not so popular considering how many professional and highly
> successful AV projects have been built with it but Clutter seems to have
> been off the radar for a while. Maybe now that the new touch interfaces
> are arriving in the market this year we will see a pick up in Clutter
> projects for LAD applications.
>> On Dec 9, 2012 7:28 PM, "Patrick Shirkey" <pshirkey at boosthardware.com>
>>> Announcing CMKeyboard - Clutter MIDI Keyboard
>>> CMKeyboard is a 128 note ALSA MIDI virtual piano keyboard spanning from
>>> C-1 to G9 written in python3 and taking advantage of the latest Clutter
>>> (>1.12.2) features to enable scrolling and opengl goodness. It is a
>>> alone program which can also be embedded into other python3 applications
>>> as a class library. It uses code from the very handy pyclutter-widgets
>>> project for the rounded rectangles of the key buttons.
>>> The code demonstrates use of Clutter.ScrollActor(), GtkClutter.Embed(),
>>> layering of multiple clutter actors, handling of events including:
>>> "button-press-event" & "key-press-event".
>>> Suggestions for features and improvements welcome.
>>> Patrick Shirkey
>>> Boost Hardware Ltd
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