Progress Report: WPF, C# and .NET

Having created MIDI Generator in Python and built executables using PyInstaller , I thought it might be worth exploring other languages and environments. While this approach yielded workable versions for both Windows and MacOS, the app runs less-than-snappy. Also, I still envision additional features, several of which are under development presently. AutomaticMIDI , which will be the successor to MIDI Generator , saw several weeks as a Dart/Flutter app and another in Processing/Java; the latest (and, so far, best) version is a .NET WPF app written in C#. All I really mean by, "best," is, "I feel like I know what I'm doing." My first instinct was: Whatever is the most cross-platform, and preferably if it uses the Material UI spec, that's what we're doing. And by "we" I mean the proverbial we . But I digress! Initially, I was imagining app stores and fanfare. It was a fond fantasy, and I now only care about making this app make remarkable, gener

Welcome to a Work-in-Progress

Welcome! This site is the new home of two music-generation tools: MIDI Generator , a free program available for testing, and AutomaticMIDI , an upcoming [improved!] app.