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Steven Yi
Hi All,

(Starting a new thread as the last one got quite long. :) )

I've placed a new dev build at:

http://www.kunstmusik.com/blue_2.7.0_dev.zip

This has some recent changes (such as improved score text parsing,
which would affect generic score and External rendering, i.e., CMask
output parsing), but also a change for BSBDropdown widths (should be
stable when changing selections). The styling of BSBDropdown was
changed in a subtle way to make the overall sizing more closely to
pre-2.7.0.  Also, I have changed the BSBKnob sizings to match more
closely to pre-2.6.0 (i.e., versions prior to the first use of
JavaFX).

I think at this point the JavaFX transition is just about
feature/style matching for BlueSynthBuilder and what was available
prior to 2.7.0. I will now be focusing on the remaining issues in the
Blue 2.7.0 milestone
(https://github.com/kunstmusik/blue/milestone/15), and the status of
items can be tracked in the Blue 2.7.0 project
(https://github.com/kunstmusik/blue/projects/1).

Thanks!
steven

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Information about CMask, CMask and Blue

riva1919

Dear all,
I want to start to use CMask and CSound. 
How can i compile the CMask already uploaded on GitHub ( https://github.com/kunstmusik/cmask ) ? 
Is there a CMask version already embedded in Blue? I'm using Blue 2.6.1 on a OS X El Capitan 10.11.6.
Thank you in advance for your help!

Best wishes,
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Re: Information about CMask, CMask and Blue

Steven Yi
Hi Walter,

You can try downloading the source for CMask from there, then cd into
the source folder and run "make".  (Report any issues here and we can
keep going from there.)

CMask is not included with Blue.  Blue does provide a visual
equivalent to CMask called JMask. I have thought about writing a CMask
interpreter that uses the JMask classes so that everything to process
CMask scripts would be in Blue (so projects would be completely
portable), but it's a very low priority item on my list.  It's fairly
easy to compile CMask though on the different platforms.

There is also PMask, but Maurizio Umberto Puxeddu, which is a version
of CMask's generators and ideas written in Python. That library is
included with Blue, making its use completely portable.

Hope that helps explain the situation!
steven


On Sun, Jan 29, 2017 at 11:22 AM, Walter Cesarini <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Dear all,
> I want to start to use CMask and CSound.
> How can i compile the CMask already uploaded on GitHub (
> https://github.com/kunstmusik/cmask ) ?
> Is there a CMask version already embedded in Blue? I'm using Blue 2.6.1 on a
> OS X El Capitan 10.11.6.
> Thank you in advance for your help!
>
> Best wishes,
> Walter Cesarini
>
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Re: Information about CMask, CMask and Blue

riva1919

Hi Steven,
thank you for your reply (quick as usual ! 😊).

I follow what you said and this is the log. It seems succeded in compiling (only 1 warning!): so, now what?

Where can i found JMask and PMask in Blue?

Best wishes,
Walter Cesarini


Da: Steven Yi <[hidden email]>
Inviato: domenica 29 gennaio 2017 18.47
A: blue users mailing list
Oggetto: Re: [Bluemusic-users] Information about CMask, CMask and Blue
 
Hi Walter,

You can try downloading the source for CMask from there, then cd into
the source folder and run "make".  (Report any issues here and we can
keep going from there.)

CMask is not included with Blue.  Blue does provide a visual
equivalent to CMask called JMask. I have thought about writing a CMask
interpreter that uses the JMask classes so that everything to process
CMask scripts would be in Blue (so projects would be completely
portable), but it's a very low priority item on my list.  It's fairly
easy to compile CMask though on the different platforms.

There is also PMask, but Maurizio Umberto Puxeddu, which is a version
of CMask's generators and ideas written in Python. That library is
included with Blue, making its use completely portable.

Hope that helps explain the situation!
steven


On Sun, Jan 29, 2017 at 11:22 AM, Walter Cesarini <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I want to start to use CMask and CSound.
> How can i compile the CMask already uploaded on GitHub (
> https://github.com/kunstmusik/cmask ) ?
github.com
cmask - Cmask by Andre Bartetzki


> Is there a CMask version already embedded in Blue? I'm using Blue 2.6.1 on a
> OS X El Capitan 10.11.6.
> Thank you in advance for your help!
>
> Best wishes,
> Walter Cesarini
>
>
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Re: Information about CMask, CMask and Blue

Jan Jacob Hofmann

Dear Walter,


glad it worked for you, too. What did the warning message say? Does Cmask produce output if you do let it generate some score? You will tave to put a commandline like /usr/local/bin/cmask $infile $outfile to the command-line field in an external sound object to get started.


You will find the Jmask as one of the sound objects.


I do assume that you also will have to use an external soundobject for pmask with a similar command line pointing to your pmask build, but I am not sure.


All the best,


Jan Jacob

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Am 29.01.2017 um 22:09 schrieb Walter Cesarini:

Hi Steven,
thank you for your reply (quick as usual ! 😊).

I follow what you said and this is the log. It seems succeded in compiling (only 1 warning!): so, now what?

Where can i found JMask and PMask in Blue?

Best wishes,
Walter Cesarini


Da: Steven Yi [hidden email]
Inviato: domenica 29 gennaio 2017 18.47
A: blue users mailing list
Oggetto: Re: [Bluemusic-users] Information about CMask, CMask and Blue
 
Hi Walter,

You can try downloading the source for CMask from there, then cd into
the source folder and run "make".  (Report any issues here and we can
keep going from there.)

CMask is not included with Blue.  Blue does provide a visual
equivalent to CMask called JMask. I have thought about writing a CMask
interpreter that uses the JMask classes so that everything to process
CMask scripts would be in Blue (so projects would be completely
portable), but it's a very low priority item on my list.  It's fairly
easy to compile CMask though on the different platforms.

There is also PMask, but Maurizio Umberto Puxeddu, which is a version
of CMask's generators and ideas written in Python. That library is
included with Blue, making its use completely portable.

Hope that helps explain the situation!
steven


On Sun, Jan 29, 2017 at 11:22 AM, Walter Cesarini [hidden email] wrote:
> Dear all,
> I want to start to use CMask and CSound.
> How can i compile the CMask already uploaded on GitHub (
> https://github.com/kunstmusik/cmask ) ?
github.com
cmask - Cmask by Andre Bartetzki


> Is there a CMask version already embedded in Blue? I'm using Blue 2.6.1 on a
> OS X El Capitan 10.11.6.
> Thank you in advance for your help!
>
> Best wishes,
> Walter Cesarini
>
>
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Re: Information about CMask, CMask and Blue

riva1919

Dear Jan Jacob Hofman,
there is no cmask executable file inside /usr/local/bin/. 

And in Blue I don't have between my object a JMask one (see the image attached!), both in SoundObjectLibrary and in UserInstrumentLibrary.

Best wishes,
Walter Cesarini


Da: Jan Jacob Hofmann <[hidden email]>
Inviato: lunedì 30 gennaio 2017 07.31
A: blue users mailing list
Oggetto: Re: [Bluemusic-users] Information about CMask, CMask and Blue
 

Dear Walter,


glad it worked for you, too. What did the warning message say? Does Cmask produce output if you do let it generate some score? You will tave to put a commandline like /usr/local/bin/cmask $infile $outfile to the command-line field in an external sound object to get started.


You will find the Jmask as one of the sound objects.


I do assume that you also will have to use an external soundobject for pmask with a similar command line pointing to your pmask build, but I am not sure.


All the best,


Jan Jacob

sound      |      movement       |       object      |      space
sonic architecture     |      site: http://www.sonicarchitecture.de
spatial electronic composition    |    higher order ambisonic music

www.sonicarchitecture.de
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Am 29.01.2017 um 22:09 schrieb Walter Cesarini:

Hi Steven,
thank you for your reply (quick as usual ! ��).

I follow what you said and this is the log. It seems succeded in compiling (only 1 warning!): so, now what?

Where can i found JMask and PMask in Blue?

Best wishes,
Walter Cesarini


Da: Steven Yi [hidden email]
Inviato: domenica 29 gennaio 2017 18.47
A: blue users mailing list
Oggetto: Re: [Bluemusic-users] Information about CMask, CMask and Blue
 
Hi Walter,

You can try downloading the source for CMask from there, then cd into
the source folder and run "make".  (Report any issues here and we can
keep going from there.)

CMask is not included with Blue.  Blue does provide a visual
equivalent to CMask called JMask. I have thought about writing a CMask
interpreter that uses the JMask classes so that everything to process
CMask scripts would be in Blue (so projects would be completely
portable), but it's a very low priority item on my list.  It's fairly
easy to compile CMask though on the different platforms.

There is also PMask, but Maurizio Umberto Puxeddu, which is a version
of CMask's generators and ideas written in Python. That library is
included with Blue, making its use completely portable.

Hope that helps explain the situation!
steven


On Sun, Jan 29, 2017 at 11:22 AM, Walter Cesarini [hidden email] wrote:
> Dear all,
> I want to start to use CMask and CSound.
> How can i compile the CMask already uploaded on GitHub (
> https://github.com/kunstmusik/cmask ) ?
github.com
cmask - Cmask by Andre Bartetzki


> Is there a CMask version already embedded in Blue? I'm using Blue 2.6.1 on a
> OS X El Capitan 10.11.6.
> Thank you in advance for your help!
>
> Best wishes,
> Walter Cesarini
>
>
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Re: Information about CMask, CMask and Blue

Jan Jacob Hofmann
Dear Walter,

well, I put mine to /usr/local/bin/ but if your Cmask executable is at a different place, the path should point there. But perhaps its easier to move the Cmask executable to /usr/local/bin/…Csound should be there residing too, have a look…

The external sound object you will generate as follows:
1. Right-click on the score
2. A pop-up opens with several types of soundObjects to choose
3. Choose „external“ -soundObject
4. Open the SoundObject by doubble-clicking it
5. On the top you will find the field where to insert the „/usr/local/bin/cmask $infile $outfile“ …or similar
6. Insert some Cmask-code into the editor and hit „test“ on the right top corner
6. See, what happens…

All the best,

Jan Jacob



sound         |         movement         |         object         |        space
sonic architecture       |        site: http://www.sonicarchitecture.de
spatial electronic composition   |    higher order ambisonic music

Am 30.01.2017 um 09:05 schrieb Walter Cesarini <[hidden email]>:

Dear Jan Jacob Hofman,
there is no cmask executable file inside /usr/local/bin/. 

And in Blue I don't have between my object a JMask one (see the image attached!), both in SoundObjectLibrary and in UserInstrumentLibrary.

Best wishes,
Walter Cesarini

Da: Jan Jacob Hofmann <[hidden email]>
Inviato: lunedì 30 gennaio 2017 07.31
A: blue users mailing list
Oggetto: Re: [Bluemusic-users] Information about CMask, CMask and Blue
 
Dear Walter,

glad it worked for you, too. What did the warning message say? Does Cmask produce output if you do let it generate some score? You will tave to put a commandline like /usr/local/bin/cmask $infile $outfile to the command-line field in an external sound object to get started.

You will find the Jmask as one of the sound objects. 

I do assume that you also will have to use an external soundobject for pmask with a similar command line pointing to your pmask build, but I am not sure.

All the best,

Jan Jacob
sound      |      movement       |       object      |      space
sonic architecture     |      site: http://www.sonicarchitecture.de
spatial electronic composition    |    higher order ambisonic music

Sonic Architecture start page. DEUTSCH > ENGLISH > ITALIANO >

Am 29.01.2017 um 22:09 schrieb Walter Cesarini:
Hi Steven,
thank you for your reply (quick as usual ! <ATT00001.png>).

I follow what you said and this is the log. It seems succeded in compiling (only 1 warning!): so, now what?

Where can i found JMask and PMask in Blue?

Best wishes,
Walter Cesarini

Da: Steven Yi [hidden email]
Inviato: domenica 29 gennaio 2017 18.47
A: blue users mailing list
Oggetto: Re: [Bluemusic-users] Information about CMask, CMask and Blue
 
Hi Walter,

You can try downloading the source for CMask from there, then cd into
the source folder and run "make".  (Report any issues here and we can
keep going from there.)

CMask is not included with Blue.  Blue does provide a visual
equivalent to CMask called JMask. I have thought about writing a CMask
interpreter that uses the JMask classes so that everything to process
CMask scripts would be in Blue (so projects would be completely
portable), but it's a very low priority item on my list.  It's fairly
easy to compile CMask though on the different platforms.

There is also PMask, but Maurizio Umberto Puxeddu, which is a version
of CMask's generators and ideas written in Python. That library is
included with Blue, making its use completely portable.

Hope that helps explain the situation!
steven


On Sun, Jan 29, 2017 at 11:22 AM, Walter Cesarini [hidden email] wrote:
> Dear all,
> I want to start to use CMask and CSound.
> How can i compile the CMask already uploaded on GitHub (
> https://github.com/kunstmusik/cmask ) ?
cmask - Cmask by Andre Bartetzki


> Is there a CMask version already embedded in Blue? I'm using Blue 2.6.1 on a
> OS X El Capitan 10.11.6.
> Thank you in advance for your help!
>
> Best wishes,
> Walter Cesarini
>
>
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Re: Latest 2.7.0 Dev Build

Menno Knevel
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Hi Steven,

does this mean that the changes regarding JavaFX are so, that i can continue working on instruments and publish them?
Or, do you think that changes in the blue file in the near future might be fundamental and not-compatibel at a later stage?
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Re: Information about CMask, CMask and Blue

Steven Yi
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To follow up what Jan Jacob mention, after building cmask with the "make" command, you should have the cmask executable within that source folder.  I think if you run "make install" it will copy it to /usr/local/bin, but you can also copy the file there.  

As for JMask, it's available to add new ones by right clicking the timeline and choose JMask with the Add SoundObject popup menu. 


On Mon, Jan 30, 2017 at 8:25 AM, Jan Jacob Hofmann <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dear Walter,

well, I put mine to /usr/local/bin/ but if your Cmask executable is at a different place, the path should point there. But perhaps its easier to move the Cmask executable to /usr/local/bin/…Csound should be there residing too, have a look…

The external sound object you will generate as follows:
1. Right-click on the score
2. A pop-up opens with several types of soundObjects to choose
3. Choose „external“ -soundObject
4. Open the SoundObject by doubble-clicking it
5. On the top you will find the field where to insert the „/usr/local/bin/cmask $infile $outfile“ …or similar
6. Insert some Cmask-code into the editor and hit „test“ on the right top corner
6. See, what happens…

All the best,

Jan Jacob



sound         |         movement         |         object         |        space
sonic architecture       |        site: http://www.sonicarchitecture.de
spatial electronic composition   |    higher order ambisonic music

Am 30.01.2017 um 09:05 schrieb Walter Cesarini <[hidden email]>:

Dear Jan Jacob Hofman,
there is no cmask executable file inside /usr/local/bin/. 

And in Blue I don't have between my object a JMask one (see the image attached!), both in SoundObjectLibrary and in UserInstrumentLibrary.

Best wishes,
Walter Cesarini

Da: Jan Jacob Hofmann <[hidden email]>
Inviato: lunedì 30 gennaio 2017 07.31
A: blue users mailing list
Oggetto: Re: [Bluemusic-users] Information about CMask, CMask and Blue
 
Dear Walter,

glad it worked for you, too. What did the warning message say? Does Cmask produce output if you do let it generate some score? You will tave to put a commandline like /usr/local/bin/cmask $infile $outfile to the command-line field in an external sound object to get started.

You will find the Jmask as one of the sound objects. 

I do assume that you also will have to use an external soundobject for pmask with a similar command line pointing to your pmask build, but I am not sure.

All the best,

Jan Jacob
sound      |      movement       |       object      |      space
sonic architecture     |      site: http://www.sonicarchitecture.de
spatial electronic composition    |    higher order ambisonic music

Sonic Architecture start page. DEUTSCH > ENGLISH > ITALIANO >

Am 29.01.2017 um 22:09 schrieb Walter Cesarini:
Hi Steven,
thank you for your reply (quick as usual ! <ATT00001.png>).


I follow what you said and this is the log. It seems succeded in compiling (only 1 warning!): so, now what?

Where can i found JMask and PMask in Blue?

Best wishes,
Walter Cesarini

Da: Steven Yi [hidden email]
Inviato: domenica 29 gennaio 2017 18.47
A: blue users mailing list
Oggetto: Re: [Bluemusic-users] Information about CMask, CMask and Blue
 
Hi Walter,

You can try downloading the source for CMask from there, then cd into
the source folder and run "make".  (Report any issues here and we can
keep going from there.)

CMask is not included with Blue.  Blue does provide a visual
equivalent to CMask called JMask. I have thought about writing a CMask
interpreter that uses the JMask classes so that everything to process
CMask scripts would be in Blue (so projects would be completely
portable), but it's a very low priority item on my list.  It's fairly
easy to compile CMask though on the different platforms.

There is also PMask, but Maurizio Umberto Puxeddu, which is a version
of CMask's generators and ideas written in Python. That library is
included with Blue, making its use completely portable.

Hope that helps explain the situation!
steven


On Sun, Jan 29, 2017 at 11:22 AM, Walter Cesarini [hidden email] wrote:
> Dear all,
> I want to start to use CMask and CSound.
> How can i compile the CMask already uploaded on GitHub (
> https://github.com/kunstmusik/cmask ) ?
cmask - Cmask by Andre Bartetzki


> Is there a CMask version already embedded in Blue? I'm using Blue 2.6.1 on a
> OS X El Capitan 10.11.6.
> Thank you in advance for your help!
>
> Best wishes,
> Walter Cesarini
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Re: Latest 2.7.0 Dev Build

Steven Yi
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Hi Menno,

I think at this point the JavaFX changes are now stable.  I am
planning to move forward with my personal work using the new widgets.
I don't expect any breaking changes between now and release.

All best!
steven


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> Hi Steven,
>
> does this mean that the changes regarding JavaFX are so, that i can continue
> working on instruments and publish them?
> Or, do you think that changes in the blue file in the near future might be
> fundamental and not-compatibel at a later stage?
>
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Re: Latest 2.7.0 Dev Build

Jan Jacob Hofmann
Dear list,


I now set up everything (nearly) on my Ubuntu 16.10 - system for testing
blue 2.7.0

- I did compile the latest Csound

- I installed blue on my home-directory

- I built Cmask

...but now I can not find the place where to copy my UDO and
Instrument-Library to. In which directory should they reside?

Best,


Jan Jacob



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Re: Latest 2.7.0 Dev Build

Steven Yi
Hi Jan Jacob,

The folder on Linux and OSX is ~/.blue  (the .blue folder in your user
home directory).  On Linux and OSX, the folders are not generally
listed when starting with a '.', but you can usually navigate to them
using a file browser by entering it in manually.  Also, on a
commandline, you could do something like:

ls -al ~/.blue

or

mkdir ~/blueHomeBackup
cp -R ~/.blue/* blueHomeBackup/

etc.

Hope that helps!
steven

On Mon, Mar 20, 2017 at 12:34 PM, Jan Jacob Hofmann
<[hidden email]> wrote:

> Dear list,
>
>
> I now set up everything (nearly) on my Ubuntu 16.10 - system for testing
> blue 2.7.0
>
> - I did compile the latest Csound
>
> - I installed blue on my home-directory
>
> - I built Cmask
>
> ...but now I can not find the place where to copy my UDO and
> Instrument-Library to. In which directory should they reside?
>
> Best,
>
>
> Jan Jacob
>
>
>
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Re: Latest 2.7.0 Dev Build

Jan Jacob Hofmann
Dear Steven,

thanks a lot, everything worked fine, I found the folder and copied the
libraries to it. Thanks also for the command-line hints...very useful...

Best,


Jan Jacob


Am 20.03.2017 um 17:52 schrieb Steven Yi:

> Hi Jan Jacob,
>
> The folder on Linux and OSX is ~/.blue  (the .blue folder in your user
> home directory).  On Linux and OSX, the folders are not generally
> listed when starting with a '.', but you can usually navigate to them
> using a file browser by entering it in manually.  Also, on a
> commandline, you could do something like:
>
> ls -al ~/.blue
>
> or
>
> mkdir ~/blueHomeBackup
> cp -R ~/.blue/* blueHomeBackup/
>
> etc.
>
> Hope that helps!
> steven
>
> On Mon, Mar 20, 2017 at 12:34 PM, Jan Jacob Hofmann
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Dear list,
>>
>>
>> I now set up everything (nearly) on my Ubuntu 16.10 - system for testing
>> blue 2.7.0
>>
>> - I did compile the latest Csound
>>
>> - I installed blue on my home-directory
>>
>> - I built Cmask
>>
>> ...but now I can not find the place where to copy my UDO and
>> Instrument-Library to. In which directory should they reside?
>>
>> Best,
>>
>>
>> Jan Jacob
>>
>>
>>
>> sound      |      movement       |       object      |      space
>> sonic architecture     |      site: http://www.sonicarchitecture.de
>> spatial electronic composition    |    higher order ambisonic music
>>
>>
>>
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