A Java Swing-based GUI frontend for SoundHelix. http://www.ultrasonicmadness.org/software/ultrasonichelix/

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README.md

UltrasonicHelix

UltrasonicHelix is a Java Swing-based graphical frontend for SoundHelix, a program which generates music based on entered (or generated) text and plays it back. It is in an early state of development so please let me know of any issues you have with it.

How to Build

Run the make command in the main folder and then run the generated UltrasonicHelix.jar file. The makefile has only been tested on Parabola GNU/Linux-Libre but it shouldn't be too difficult to adapt it for other systems if necessary. Pre-compiled versions of UltrasonicHelix are available from my website.

How to Use

  1. Once the UltrasonicHelix interface shows, it should say 'Ready' at the top. If it says anything else, regardless of whether the rest of the program works, please report it on the Issues page.
  2. Enter any text in the 'Song name' field and choose a style.
  3. Click the play button to listen to the result. SoundHelix will then load and the generated song will begin playing. If SoundHelix does not load after 30 seconds, please report it.

Credits

  • SoundHelix is developed by Thomas Schürger
  • UltrasonicHelix is developed by UltrasonicMadness

License

UltrasonicHelix is available under the GNU General Public License, version 3 or later.