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There were several great submissions. Here are three that stood out: (regardless of grade earned - grading depended on more than just sound)

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There were several great submissions. Here are four that stood out: (regardless of grade earned - grading depended on more than just sound)

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  1. Three Cheers for My Five Years Parade (MIDI and Python), by Katy Lawrimore
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  1. Three Cheers for My Five Years Parade (MIDI and Python), by Katy Lawrimore
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A Few Interesting Submissions

There were several great submissions. Here are three that stood out: (regardless of grade earned - grading depended on more than just sound)

  1. Bayside (MIDI and Python), by Jacob Lilley
  2. Three Cheers for My Five Years Parade (MIDI and Python), by Katy Lawrimore
  3. Dvorak Sonata (MIDI and Python), by Nicholas Capps
  4. Cars Fighting in the Night (MIDI and Python), by Douglas McNellis
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Pitch

Here is a quick overview of music notation for note pitches.

  • jMusic defines the following pitch constants for convenience.

Rhythm Values

Here is a quick overview of music notation for note durations (rhythm values).

  • jMusic defines the following note durations for convenience.
    • It includes both American and British names. For example,
      • whole note = semibreve
      • half note = minim
      • quarter note = crochet
      • eighth note = quaver

MIDI Instruments

jMusic provides the following MIDI Instruments.

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