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Year
Description Origin Area Wiki Link
A
abc (5)
1991
Musical composition language. This notation language was originally designed for transcribing Irish folk tunes, but has since evolved into a considerably richer language allowing, for example, polymetric output on multiple staves. This music notation format has the advantage of being extremely concise and fairly readable.
UK
Music-
Adagio
1984
Scoring language used by the Carnegie Mellon Midi Toolkit (CMT).
USA
Music-
ALMA (1)
1970
Alphanumeric Language for Music Analysis. Music programming language.
Institute for Computer Research in the Humanities (NYU), USA
Music--
AML
1981
AML consisted of an interpreter and a compiler. The compiler was written in and used a lobotomized version of the Digital Research MAC assembler. The compiler generated code that was read by the interpreter. The AML interpreter was written in Intel 8080 assembly language. The interpreter created up to 8 virtual machines that drove analog synthesizers using various D/A and A/D hardware.
Electronic Arts Research (EAR), USA
Music-
AMPLE
1984
FORTH-like language for programming the 500/5000 series of add-on music synthesizers for the BBC micro. Many listings published in Acorn User magazine.
Hybrid Technologies, Cambridge, UK
Music-
Arctic
1984
Real-time functional language, used for music synthesis.
USA
Music-
ARES/MARS
1997
Development system for realtime Digital Signal Processing techniques, sound synthesis, filters and sound effects. Sound and MIDI environments can be developped which allow it to be used as a MIDI musical instrument.
IRIS s.r.l., Italy
Music-
autoklang
1970s
Music language implemented in Algol.
USA
Music-
B
BOLT (1)
1970s
Music language implemented in asssembler for the Buchla Lightning.
USA
Music--
C
CAL (4)
1992
Cakewalk Authoring Language. Music language for Cakewalk.
USA
Music-
Canon
1989
Musical Score creation language.
-Music-
CCPL
1993
Common Composer's Programming Language.computer programming environment aiming at composers and researchers in the field of electroacoustic music.
Sweden
Music-
ChucK
2003
Programming language for real-time sound synthesis and music creation.
Princeton Sound Lab, USA
Music-
CLM
1990
Common Lisp Music. MUSIC V written in Common LISP.
USA
Music-
CLM-2
2000
Common Lisp Music Version 2 of Common Lisp Music. The new version, named CLM-2, represents a large-scale revision of the version that existed from 1990 to 1999.
USA
Music, AI-
CMIX
1980s
Package of routines for editing, processing, and creating soundfiles. Adapted from the MIX program.
USA
Music-
CMN
1990
Common Music Notation. Musical notation language written in Common Lisp.
Stanford, USA
Music-
Cmusic
1990
Musical composition language.
USA
Music-
Common Music
1989
Musical composition language.
Stanford, USA
Music-
CompoSeq5
2000
Environment with Stackbased language for music composition. Algorithmic composition, sequences.
-Music-
Csound
1986
Popular and widely used software synthesis package in the tradition of so-called music-N languages. It consists of an orchestra- and score-driven executable, written in C for portability.
University of Bath, UK
Music-
CYBIL (2)
1995
Compositional language for the efficient specification of arbitrarily complex Csound scores. It is integrated into CECILIA and can be used to generate scores for any kind of Csound orchestra.
Université de Montréal, Canada
Music-
D
DARMS
1975
DigitAl Representation of Musical Scores . Music language.
Columbia University, USA
Music-
E
ELMOL
1970
Electronic Music Oriented Language. Also ELMOL 70. A language to use the computer with a musical instrument, the Moog Synthesizer. There are digital-to-analog converters which convert a binary number from the computer into an analog voltage which affects the Moog Synthesizer. Compiler is written in FORTRAN IV for IBM 1130.
St . Olaf College , New Ulm, MN, USA
Music-
Etude
1979
Music programming language.
USA
Music-
Euterpe
1964
Computer language for the expression of musical ideas.
MIT, USA
Music-
F
FAUST
2002
Functional Audio Stream. Functional programming language specifically designed for real-time signal processing and synthesis.
Centre National de Création Musicale, France
Music
Flavors Band
1984
Musical composition language.
USA
Music-
Foo
1994
The Foo environment consists of the Foo Kernel layer and the Foo Control layer. The Foo Kernel layer is implemented in Objective-C and is made accessible to Scheme through a set of types and primitives added to the Elk Scheme interpreter. The Foo Control layer is implemented in Scheme and OOPS, an object-oriented extension to Scheme.
IRCAM, France
Music-
Ford-Columbia Input Language
1970
Music programming language.
USA
Music-
Formes
1984
Object-oriented language for music composition and synthesis, written in VLISP.
France
Music, AI-
Formula (1)
1991
FORTH Music Language. An extension of FORTH with concurrent note- playing processes.
USA
Music-
Fugue
1989
Music language, implemented in Xlisp.
-Music, AI-
G
GROOVE
1970
Generating Realtime Operations On Voltage-controlled Equipment. Musical composition language.
Bell Labs, USA
Music-
H
Haskore
1996
Set of Haskell modules for creating, analysing and manipulating music
USA
Music-
HMSL
1985
Hierarchical Music Specification Language. programming language for experimental music composition and performance. It was popular between 1986 to 1996. HMSL is an object oriented set of extensions to the Forth language for the Amiga and the Macintosh.
Mobileer Inc., USA
Music-
Hyperlisp
1994
Real-time MIDI programming environment embedded in Macintosh Common Lisp.
MIT Media Laboratory, USA
Music-
I
IBM VS-BASIC
1970s
Mainframe hybrid compiler/interpreter implementation frequently used with such operating systems as McGill University's MUSIC/SP.
USA
Music-
J
JMSL
1998
Java Music Specification Language. Programming environment for experiments in music performance, composition, and intelligent instrument design. Based on HMSL.
USA
Music-
K
KeyKit
1995
Interpreted multi-tasking awk-like language designed for MIDI algorithmic and realtime manipulation.
USA
Music-
Keynote
1990
Interpreted programming language and GUI, algorithmic and realtime MIDI processing, music editor written in Keynote itself, hence customizable, piano-roll style with pop-up menus.
USA
Music-
KyCE
2006
Kymatica Compositional Environment. Object-oriented compositional environment based on Nasal, a clean and flexible dynamically typed scripting language with garbage collection. Suitable for live performance (real-time recompiling of objects), algorithmic composition and experiments.
Sweden
Music-
Kyma
1986
Language for specifying and manipulating sound.
Symbolic Sound Corporation, USA
Music-
L
LOOM
1993
Language Of Objects Of Music. Visual programming language for defining algorithmic processes and composition structures.
UK
Music-
M
ManuScript
1998
Simple CAL like language for manipulating MIDI and Sibelius specific data.
USA
Music
Max
1986
Graphical, object-oriented language in which precompiled input/output primitives of specific function can be 'patched' together graphically onscreen to create large interactive systems.
IRCAM, France
Music-
McLeyvier Command Language
1981
Macro language for configuration and control of analog oscillators, filters, VCAs, LFOs, amp, mixer, etc., music notation.
Hazelcom, USA
Music-
MIX
1978
Conceived to perform algorithmic composition using digital audio soundfiles on a IBM 3031 mainframe computer.
Princeton University, USA
Music--
MML
1983
Macro Music Language used by the BASIC interpreter on MSX home computers.
Microsoft /ASCII Corp., USA
Music-
Moxie
1984
Language for real-time computer music synthesis, written in XPL.
-Music-
MUCAL
60's
Language for playing music on PDP-8.
-Music--
MusBox
1979
Aka MBox. Music compiler for the Sampson box at CCRMA. Re-implemented as "Sambox", it was the primary music making program at CCRMA
USA
Music-
MUSCMP
1970s
Music compiler. A Music V implementation at heart.
USA
Music--
MUSIC
1957
Languages for musical sound synthesis. Versions: Music I through Music V. For IBM 704.
Bell Labs, USA
Music-
MUSIC 10
1971
Musical composition language.
USA
Music-
MUSIC 11
1973
Port of Music 4 composition language to the PDP-11.
MIT, USA
Music-
MUSIC 360
1969
Port of Music 4B to the IBM 360.
Princeton University, USA
Music-
MUSIC 4B
1964
Port of the Music IV composition language to the IBM 7094 (written in BEFAP, hence the B).
Princeton University, USA
Music-
MUSIC 4BF
1965
FORTRAN adaptation of MUSIC4B
USA
Music-
MUSIC 4F ORPHEUS
1965
Musical composition language. Written in FORTRAN IV.
Argonne National Laboratory, USA
Music-
MUSIC 6
1975
Evolution of MUSIC V.
USA
Music-
MUSIC 7
1975
Evolution of MUSIC for the XDS SIGMA7 computer.
USA
Music--
Music Composition Language
1980
8-bit sampling, graphical additive synthesis and command line sequencing implemented in Forth.
Fairlight Instruments, USA
Music-
MUSIC I
1957
First version of MUSIC.
Bell Labs, USA
Music-
MUSIC II
1958
Version 2 of MUSIC.
Bell Labs, USA
Music-
MUSIC III
1960
Version 3 of MUSIC.
Bell Labs, USA
Music-
MUSIC IV
1963
Version 4 of MUSIC.
Bell Labs, USA
Music-
MUSIC V
1969
Version 5 of MUSIC.
Bell Labs, USA
Music-
Music-1000
1978
Score and orchestra language for DMX-1000 signal processor. implemented in LSI-11 assembler.
USA
Music-
MUSICOL
1973
MUSical Instruction Composition Oriented Language.
-Music-
MUSICOMP
1966
Hiller's second composoition system.
USA
Music-
MusicScript
2000
Music scripting language that creates an entire song from a script file.
USA
Music-
MUSIGOL
1966
MUSical alGOL. Musical composition language, based on MUSIC I-V but founded in Algol rather than FORTRAN. On Burroughs B5500 using Adage Ambilog 200.
University of Virginia, USA
Music-
MUSTRAN
1972
MUSic TRANscription. Music description language.
USA
Music-
MUSTRAN III
1977
Music Translator v3.
USA
Music-
MuTeX
1978
Tech extensions for typesetting music.
Canada
Music-
N
Nyquist
1997
Language for creation of synthesised waveform sounds.
Sweden
Music-
O
ORPHEUS
1963
Microtone-capable musical performance language for the SOLIDAC (one of the very first dedicated musical computers).
Computer Science Department at Glasgow University, UK
Music-
OSW
2000
Open Sound World. Scalable, extensible programming environment that allows musicians, sound designers and researchers to process sound in response to expressive real-time control.
-Music-
P
Pcmusic
1995
Version of the cmusic sound synthesis program for the IBM PC and compatibles.
UCSD, USA
Music-
PILE (2)
1976
Synthesis language for real-time instruction synthesis on a PDP-15.
Institute of Sonology, Netherland
Music-
PLA
1983
High-level music programming language, written in SAIL. Includes concurrency based on message passing.
USA
Music-
Plaine and Easie Code
1970
Music programming language.
USA
Music-
PLAY (1)
1977
Language for real-time music synthesis.
-Music-
PMML
1995
Musical event description/manipulation language designed for computer-controlled performances with MIDI instruments.
UCSD, Japan
Music-
Pure Data
1995
Visual programming language developed for creating interactive computer music and multimedia works.
USA
Music
Pyrite
1990s
Lisp-like object programming language implemented as an object to be used within the Max system.
University of Iowa, USA
Music--
Q
Q
1991
Functional programming language based on the term rewriting calculus.
Germany
Music-
R
RAVEL
1984
Real-time Audio-Visual Language.
-Music-
RTcmix
1990s
Real-Time Cmix. One of the MUSIC-N family of computer music programming languages. RTcmix is descended from the MIX program.
USA
Music
S
SAOL
1999
Structured Audio Orchestra Language (SAOL) is an imperative, MUSIC-N programming language designed for describing virtual instruments, processing digital audio, and applying sound effects. It was published as subpart 5 of MPEG-4 Part 3.
-Music-
SCOT
1978
Music programming language. A Score Translator for Music 11.
MIT, USA
Music-
Scriptu
1977
Music programming language.
USA
Music-
SDML (1)
1984
Standard Music Description Language.
USA
Music-
SKINI
1996
Synthesis toolKit Instrument Network Interface. Language designed to be MIDI compatible and extend MIDI in incremental but profound ways.
Princeton University, USA
Music-
SOGO
1978
Music programming language.
MIT, USA
Music-
SuperCollider
1996
Programming language of the SuperCollider environment for real time audio synthesis program.
University of Iowa, USA
Music-
T
Tclmidi
1993
Tcl-based MIDI language, for creating and editing Standard MIDI Files.
USA
Music-
TEMPO
1968
Transformational Electronic Music Process Organizer. The first programming language designed especially for sound synthesis. For IBM 360.
USA
Music-
TES
1987
Teletau Encoding System. Music encoding language.
-Music-
V
VMM
2003
Virtual MIDI Machine.programming language that allows you to send and receive raw midi messages and has built-in libraries for higher level MIDI functions.
Belgium
Music-
Z
Zel
1998
Computer language for creating MIDI data.
Zel Software, USA
Music-


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