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Highly flexible envelopes: fenvs

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In case someone is interested, I just put some of my libraries online. Fenv is a library of highly flexible envelopes for algorithmic composition. The software represents envelopes as numerical functions, called fenvs. It provides a rich set of functions to generate, combine and transform these envelopes.


You can find the code at https://github.com/tanders/fenv, together with some information how to install and use.





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