The OM folder includes a "library" sub-directory containing a number of dynamically loadable libraries. The libraries contain extra tools dedicated to specific purposes.
You can also add your own extra libraries and load them in OM:
- Create a directory "Libraries" (or any other name) somewhere in your computer (but not in the OM directory!).
- Put your own libraries in this folder
- Register this directory in the OM Preferences ("Libraries" tab, external user lib directories).
- If necessary, use the menu item File/Refresh Libraries Package… on the Library window in order to update the libraries list.
- Libraries can also be loaded as "Remote User Libs" (see Library window, Menu File).
- For OM versions < 6.0.3, where the previous options are not available, put the libraries in OM x.x/userlibrary/ before to start OM. (Warning: this option is also valid in recent versions, however in order to prevent libraries or data to be lost when upgrading OM, one of the previous two options should be preferred.)
|A number of standard libraries|
are included in the OM distribution:
|The "Forum" libraries are distributed
by the Ircam Forum:
Additional, freely-distributed and/or third party libraries are also available here:
|Morphologie||1.0||Tools for the analysis and generation of musical sequences based on the idea of "contrastive analysis"||Jacopo Baboni Schilingi and Fred Voisin, Ircam, 1998|
|OM_ASX||2.2||Tools for the generation of parameter files for AudioSculpt, SuperVP and/or OM-SuperVP||Hans Tuschku, Ircam, 1998|
|Pixels||1.1||Manipulation and generation of pictures and pixel arrays.||Jean Bresson, Ircam, 2010|
|OMCombine||1.0||Manipulations combinatoires inspirées(?) dans et par la technique compositionnelle de Brian Ferneyhough.||Mikhaïl Malt, Ircam, 2010|
|OMCS||-||A preliminary release of the pmc engine from PWConstraints by Mikael Laurson.||Mikhaïl Laurson, Orjan Sandred, 1995-1999|
|OMRC||1.3||Rhytmic constraints library.||Orjan Sandred, 1999-2002|
|OMPitchField||2.0||Paul Nauert, 2001-2006|
|OMTimePack||2.5||Paul Nauert, 2001-2005|
|Pareto||1.3||Patchs d'Analyse et de Resynthèse des Echelles dans les musiques de Tradition Orale: A set of tools for the analysis and resynthesis of scales from musical signals.||Original patches by Fabien Lévy, 2001. library update by Jean Bresson and Fabien Lévy, 2009|
|OM-fil||0.2||Filter functions (low pass, median…).||Mikhaïl Malt, 2005|
|midi2om||Two utilities for importing midi files from Finale and Lilypond with correct 1/4 tones.||Karim Haddad|
|OmLempelText||Applies LZ principles (cf. LZ library) with texts and textfiles.||Gérard Assayag, 2001|
|OMIanniX||0.1||Creates IanniX scores from OM objects.||Jean Bresson, 2005|
|OMGecode||An OpenMusic library to solve Michael Jarrell musical constraint problems using Gecode, and other such musical melodic harmonic or contrapuntal challenges. (compatible with GeCode 3.3)||Serge Lemouton, Ircam, 2010|
|SDIF-Edit4OM||A little "hack" library to link SDIF-Edit instead of the default OM SDIF editor||Jean Bresson, 2011|
|Harmonic-Analysis||A library for the (semi-supervised) harmonic analysis of chord-sequences in OM 6.6.||Carlos Pérez Sancho, DLSI, Univ. Alicante|
|chant-lib||Implementation of the CHANT synthesizer (singing voice synthesis by FOF) using Csound/OM2Csound, inpired by the PW-Chant library for Patchwork.||Romain Michon|
|SOAL||Sonic Object Analysis Library: a collection of tools which scan MIDI files and return statistical informations about their achronic (vertical, harmonic) and diachronic (horizontal, time-related) structures.||Mus3|
|OMLily||Converts OM objects (chord-seqs, multi-seqs, voices, polys) into lilypond files to generate pdf printable scores.||Karim Haddad|
|OMTristan||Spectral and other frequency-based calculation objects developed by Tristan Murail. Rozalie Hirs' essays on the music and compositional techniques of Tristan Murail (R. Hirs, B. Gilmore, eds, Contemporary compositional techniques and OpenMusic, Collection Musique /Sciences, IRCAM / Editions Delatour, Paris, 2009) can serve as an introduction.||Tristan Murail, ported to OM by Rozalie Hirs, 2009|
|FV-Morphologie||Lisp tools to analyse sequences of symbols or signs wich represent music…||Fred Voisin|
|OMPW||Abstraction layer for writing Lisp libraries that can be used in "pure" Common Lisp, but also in the OM or PWGL environments||Kilian Sprotte|
|GeLisp/OMGelisp||A portable and efficient wrapper for the Generic Constraints Development Environment (GECODE) library to Common Lisp. Provides a high level interface and a low level interface. Additionally, it provides an interface to OpenMusic.||Mauricio Toro Bermudez and Camilo Rueda|
|COMUS||A collection of OM patches for image-to-sound conversion using several color systems (RGB, HSV, CMYK) and OM functions (BPF, BPC, 3DC).||Luiz E. Castelões|
|omXmulti||OMXMulti offers a new "xmulti" object that can be used as a replacement for both OpenMusic's regular "chord-seq" and "multi-user" score editors to allow advanced score display, capture of score events, complex but essential musical operations, etc.||David Echevarria and Yannick Chapuis, 2011|
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