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The Musical Object Development Environment: MODE (Ten years of music software in Smalltalk)

@inproceedings{Pope1994TheMO,
  title={The Musical Object Development Environment: MODE (Ten years of music software in Smalltalk)},
  author={Stephen Travis Pope},
  booktitle={ICMC},
  year={1994}
}
  • S. Pope
  • Published in ICMC 1994
  • Computer Science
Abstract The author has developed a family of software tool kits for composers with the Smalltalk-80 programming sys-tem over the last decade. The current MODE Version 2 system supports structured composition, flexible graphicalediting of high- and low-level musical objects, real-time MIDI I/O, software sound synthesis and processing, andother tasks. This poster will introduce the MODE and SmOKe, its representation language, and survey the variousend-user applications it includes. The… 
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This description defines SmOKe’s basic concepts and constructs, and presents examples of the music magnitudes and event structures, and describes the MODE environment within which it has been implemented.
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