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Solkattu.Instrument.Mridangam

Description

Realize an abstract solkattu Notes to concrete mridangam Notes.

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data Stroke Source #

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IsString SequenceM Source # 
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Show Stroke Source # 
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Eq Stroke Source # 
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(==) :: Stroke -> Stroke -> Bool #

(/=) :: Stroke -> Stroke -> Bool #

Ord Stroke Source # 
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Expr.ToExpr Stroke Source #

Pretty reproduces the Derive.Solkattu.Dsl syntax, which has to be haskell syntax, so it can't use +, and I have to put thoppi first to avoid the keyword do. It would be nice if I could make the tracklang syntax consistent, but maybe not a huge deal at the moment.

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Solkattu.Notation Stroke Source # 
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Pretty Stroke Source # 
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Expr.ToExpr (Realize.Stroke Stroke) Source # 
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data Thoppi Source #

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Tha !Tha 
Thom !Thom 
Gum

Just the gumiki movement, no strike. Or possibly a light strike to make it speak if it doesn't sustain.

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Show Thoppi Source # 
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Eq Thoppi Source # 
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(==) :: Thoppi -> Thoppi -> Bool #

(/=) :: Thoppi -> Thoppi -> Bool #

Ord Thoppi Source # 
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Solkattu.Notation Thoppi Source # 
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Pretty Thoppi Source # 
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data Valantalai Source #

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Ki 
Ta 
Mi

light Ki, played with middle finger

Nam 
Din 
AraiChapu

"half chapu", played covering half the valantalai

MuruChapu

"full chapu", played with just the pinky touching saddam

Dheem 
Kin

ki on meetu

Tan

ta on meetu

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Bounded Valantalai Source # 
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Enum Valantalai Source # 
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Show Valantalai Source # 
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Eq Valantalai Source # 
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Ord Valantalai Source # 
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Solkattu.Notation Valantalai Source # 
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Pretty Valantalai Source # 
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data Tha Source #

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Palm

standard tha

Fingertips

touch with fingertips

Fingers

flat of the fingers

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Show Tha Source # 
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showsPrec :: Int -> Tha -> ShowS #

show :: Tha -> String #

showList :: [Tha] -> ShowS #

Eq Tha Source # 
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(==) :: Tha -> Tha -> Bool #

(/=) :: Tha -> Tha -> Bool #

Ord Tha Source # 
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compare :: Tha -> Tha -> Ordering #

(<) :: Tha -> Tha -> Bool #

(<=) :: Tha -> Tha -> Bool #

(>) :: Tha -> Tha -> Bool #

(>=) :: Tha -> Tha -> Bool #

max :: Tha -> Tha -> Tha #

min :: Tha -> Tha -> Tha #

data Thom Source #

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Low

This could be either normal open stroke, or gumiki low stroke.

Up

gumiki up

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Show Thom Source # 
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showsPrec :: Int -> Thom -> ShowS #

show :: Thom -> String #

showList :: [Thom] -> ShowS #

Eq Thom Source # 
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(==) :: Thom -> Thom -> Bool #

(/=) :: Thom -> Thom -> Bool #

Ord Thom Source # 
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compare :: Thom -> Thom -> Ordering #

(<) :: Thom -> Thom -> Bool #

(<=) :: Thom -> Thom -> Bool #

(>) :: Thom -> Thom -> Bool #

(>=) :: Thom -> Thom -> Bool #

max :: Thom -> Thom -> Thom #

min :: Thom -> Thom -> Thom #

strokes

data Strokes a Source #

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Strokes 

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  • k :: a
     
  • t :: a
     
  • l :: a
     
  • n :: a
     
  • d :: a
     
  • u :: a
     
  • v :: a
     
  • i :: a
     
  • y :: a

    Mnemonic: y = kin = , uses 3 fingers, j = tan = ^ uses 1.

  • j :: a
     
  • p :: a
     
  • p' :: a
     
  • o :: a
     
  • o' :: a

    gumiki up

  • _' :: a
     
  • od :: a

    do would match score notation, but do is a keyword. Ultimately that's because score uses + for tha, and +o is an attr, while o+ is a bareword. But perhaps I should change + to p in the score, and then the left hand can go on the left side?

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Functor Strokes Source # 
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fmap :: (a -> b) -> Strokes a -> Strokes b #

(<$) :: a -> Strokes b -> Strokes a #

Show a => Show (Strokes a) Source # 
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showsPrec :: Int -> Strokes a -> ShowS #

show :: Strokes a -> String #

showList :: [Strokes a] -> ShowS #

fromString

postprocess

patterns

misc :: [(S.Matra, SequenceR)] Source #

Misc patterns I should figure out how to integrate some day.

intense :: [SequenceR] Source #

Intense variations of sequences, usually on the 3rd time. I don't have a way to use these yet.