NotationModel package contains modules for the purposes of defining a model of musical notations.
The types contained herein extend the structures defined in the dn-m/Music package, providing a rich context for abstract musical information so that it can be represented within a variety of notational media. This package remains agnostic to the concrete rendering backend.
For work on the graphical representation of music in Swift, see dn-m/NotationView.
SpelledPitch module exposes structures for describing abstract pitches (e.g., what you get if you press a key on a MIDI keyboard) with letter names and accidentals. This is done in a progressively-disclosed and type-safe manner: it is easy to describe common pitch scenarios, linearly more difficult to describe more-rare pitch scenarios, and it is impossible to describe logically-invalid pitch scenarios.
Pitch.Spelling structure provides a model of the Helmholtz-Ellis notation system. This notation system scales elegantly from the Western common practice twelve-note equal division of the octave tuning system to that of high-limit just intonation. This system is represented in the SMuFL specification, making a mapping of these structures into a rendering context as seamless as possible.
SpelledPitch module contains work toward a flexible pitch spelling algorithm, formalized by @bwetherfield. This project aims to take unspelled pitch information (e.g., MIDI note numbers), and produce optimal spelled versions of them, given the musical context and user preference.
SpelledRhythm module defines models of beams, ties, and dots.
Defines a model for positioning values onto two-dimensional plots.
PlotModel, incorporating the concept of clefs, noteheads, accidentals, etc.
Work on this package requires Swift 4.2.
Clone the repo.
git clone https://github.com/dn-m/NotationModel
Ask Swift Package Manager to update dependencies (all are
swift package update
Compiles code and runs tests in terminal.
Ask Swift Package Manager to generate a nice Xcode project.
swift package generate-xcodeproj
Open it up.
NotationModel package contains several modules: