Talk:Audio programming language

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I don't know anything about this topic, but I have some questions that might yield information that is good for the article. I also don't know much about music in general, so please excuse me if I ask something stupid.

  • Are there programs that are capable of turning musical notation, combined with instrument information, into music?
  • Are any of the programming languages listed "easy" to pick up and play with, even if they don't offer lots of control over the result? If so, which ones?
  • Are any of these programming languages widely used to create music?

- James Foster 12:12, 15 May 2006 (UTC)

There seem to be some items listed which would be better classified as "computer music software tools" instead of actual programming languages. A language does not need to be textual (i.e. PWGL, Open Music, Pd and Max, which are graphical), but items like Melodyne (even if it is a fantastic program) perhaps are not appropriate for this page, and should be transferred elsewhere. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 120.89.203.130 (talk) 08:25, 28 December 2009 (UTC)

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Out of date. Mister Mormon (talk) 13:27, 25 June 2011 (UTC)