DREAM FRONT DOOR

The Dream ftp and web site has been in existence for many years, offering software for music creation, and related topics. At the request of a number of people I am now making these web pages available as a front end to the system. The main software systems available here are Csound, Rosegarden, SNDAN, Amen and the ubiquitous Miscalleneous.

Csound

[Getting csound flash]

Csound is described in details at the Front Page or the Csound Information Site

With the advent of Csound5 in February 2006 I am no longer making systens available here, but everyone should go to the Sourceforge site to get the latest versions.

Of historical interest only, each version came with release notes, some of which are available form here:

Version 4.23 Notes
Version 4.22 Notes
Version 4.21 Notes
Version 4.20 Notes
Version 4.19 Notes
Version 4.18 Notes
Version 4.17 Notes
Version 4.16 Notes
Version 4.15 Notes
Version 4.14 Notes
Version 4.13 Notes
Version 4.12 Notes
Version 4.11 Notes
Version 4.10 Notes
Version 4.09 Notes
Version 4.08 Notes
Version 4.07 Notes
Version 4.06 Notes
Version 4.05 Notes
Version 4.03 Notes
Version 4.02 Notes
Version 4.01 Notes
Version 3.59 Notes
Version 3.58 Notes
Version 3.57 Notes
Version 3.56 Notes
Version 3.55 Notes
Version 3.54 Notes
Version 3.52 Notes
Version 3.51 Notes
Version 3.50 Notes
Version 3.494 Notes
Version 3.49 Notes
Version 3.48 Notes
Version 3.47 Notes
Version 3.46 Notes
Version 3.45 Notes
Version 3.44 Notes

Rosegarden

[picture of a bowl of roses]
Rosegarden is a notation editor and sequencer than arouse from a University of Bath undergraduate project. A team continued to develop this system after graduation, and I am very proud of what they did and have done. The official web page is no longer at Bath, but old sources can still be found on my server.

SNDAN

Sndan was ported to Windows by Richard Dobson, and is available here

Amen

AMEN is a system to assist in the composition of Drum'n'Bass music. It provides facilities for rearranging samples, especially drum loops. Written by Ziad Khouri as part of his final year project, it is made available to anyone who wants it.

Miscalleneous

Hum....
jpff@cs.bath.ac.uk
Last modified: Sat Apr 3 13:27:39 BST 2004