Vecosek is a MIDI sequencer designed for live, interactive performance settings, with arbitrarily complex music.
The vecosek package contains the sequencer executable.
Published: 17 May 2018
Vecosek: The Very Controllable Sequencer
Vecosek is a MIDI sequencer designed live performance settings, with arbitrarily complex music.
A “scene” is a collection of (looping) tracks and event-handlers, both trigger different kinds of “actions” (directly outputting MIDI events or controlling the sequencer).
Scenes are described in a JSON format (or its equivalent Biniou for performance), and are meant to be constructed with an EDSL (we provide an OCaml library:
vecosek-scene, see the module
It does not have a graphical user interface; but you can nicely use it together with Vimebac.
Vecosek is an experimental successor to the venerable Locoseq.
You may consult the
.gitlab-ci.yml file (and then the
*.opam files) for dependencies and build-instructions, locally, it should be as simple as:
ocaml please.ml configure
jbuilder build @install
To build the documentation:
src/test/scenes.ml for a few test-scenes, you can build them with:
jbuilder build _build/default/src/test/scenes.exe
And then see: