This provides introductory documentation for jMusic - a programming library for sound and music applications in Java (and also in Jython).
jMusic tutorial (there are several pages - see next link at top of each page).
If you are new to music notation, see quick intro on note pitches.
- MIDI uses note pitches from 0-127.
- jMusic defines the following pitch constants for convenience.
- The following is a mapping of note names, MIDI numbers and frequencies:
If you are new to music notation, see quick intro on note rhythm values.
- jMusic defines the following note rhythm values for convenience.
- It includes both American and British names. For example,
- whole note = semibreve
- half note = minim
- quarter note = crochet
- eighth note = quaver
jMusic provides the following MIDI Instruments.
jMusic has several Scales.
jMusic Class APIs
See class APIs Score, Part, Phrase, Note, Write.
Also you may see Rest, Mod, Play, View, Read.