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from __future__ import division
import os
import random
import sys
import time
random.seed(time.time())

import parse



def main():
    key = "A"
    bps = 60/60
    tempo = 1/bps
    max_duration = 1

    composition = {
        "overview": {
            "melody": {  # Instrument 'melody'
                "score_line": "i2 %(time)f %(duration)f 7000 %(octave)d.%(note)s 2",
                "octave": 8,
                "duration": 40,
                "grammars": {  # Notes for this instrument to use in this piece
                    "u": ["I V/2 V/2 V/2 I VII, IV' I IV I VII IV"],
                },
                "score": "u",
            },
            "rhythm": {
                "score_line": "i1 %(time)f %(duration)f 7000 %(octave)d.%(note)s %(octave)d.%(note)s 0 6",
                "octave": 7,
                "duration": 44,
                "grammars": {
                    "u": ['(I) (ii)/4 (ii)/4 (IV)/2 (V)2 (IV) (ii) u', '(I) (vii) (III) u', '(I) (v) (IV) u u'],
                },
                "score": "u",
            },
        },
    }

    max_t = 0  # max time encountered so far. Used for movement timing
    progression = "overview"













    for comp_name in progression.split():
        comp_start_time = max_t
        for instr_name, instr in composition[comp_name].iteritems():
            generated_score = generate_score(instr["score"], instr["grammars"])  # Fill in the scores by generating them based on the grammars
#            print generated_score
            score = parse.parse(generated_score, default_octave=instr["octave"])  # Return Node/Chord objects

            # Generate timestamps for the notes 
            t = comp_start_time
            for note in range(len(score)):
                score[note].time = t
                score[note].duration *= tempo
                t += score[note].duration
#                print "time difference =", t-comp_start_time
#                print "instrument duration =",composition[comp_name][instr_name]["duration"]
                if (t-comp_start_time) > float(composition[comp_name][instr_name]["duration"]):
#                    print "here"
                    score = score[:note]
                    break

                max_t = t if t > max_t else max_t
            composition[comp_name][instr_name]["score"] = score

    # Must be done after all note times keyed in, else you can't coordinate melodies with the rhythm chords
    print '''f1  0  512  10  1
            f2 0 8192 10 .24 .64 .88 .76 .06 .5 .34 .08
            f3 0 1025 10 1
    '''
    for comp_name in progression.split():







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from __future__ import division
import os
import random
import sys
import time
random.seed(time.time())

import parse
import topsort
import yaml

def main():
    key = "A"
    bps = 60/60
    tempo = 1/bps
    max_duration = 1

    composition = yaml.load(open("score.yaml"))






















    max_t = 0  # max time encountered so far. Used for movement timing
    progression = "chorus"

    for movement in progression.split():
        for section in ["intro", "core", "outro"]:
            if section in composition[movement].keys():
                try:
                    render_order = topsort.topsort([[composition[movement][section][instrument]["sync"], instrument] if "sync" in composition[movement][section][instrument].keys() else [None, instrument] for instrument in composition[movement][section]])
                except topsort.CycleError as ex:
                    print "Your instruments are synced in a circle! This makes no sense!"
                    print movement, section
                    print ex
                    sys.exit(1)
                

#    for comp_name in progression.split():
#        comp_start_time = max_t
#        for instr_name, instr in composition[comp_name].iteritems():
#            generated_score = generate_score(instr["score"], instr["grammars"])  # Fill in the scores by generating them based on the grammars
##            print generated_score
#            score = parse.parse(generated_score, default_octave=instr["octave"])  # Return Node/Chord objects
#
#            # Generate timestamps for the notes 
#            t = comp_start_time
#            for note in range(len(score)):
#                score[note].time = t
#                score[note].duration *= tempo
#                t += score[note].duration
##                print "time difference =", t-comp_start_time
##                print "instrument duration =",composition[comp_name][instr_name]["duration"]
#                if (t-comp_start_time) > float(composition[comp_name][instr_name]["duration"]):
##                    print "here"
#                    score = score[:note]

#                    break
#                max_t = t if t > max_t else max_t
#            composition[comp_name][instr_name]["score"] = score

    # Must be done after all note times keyed in, else you can't coordinate melodies with the rhythm chords
    print '''f1  0  512  10  1
            f2 0 8192 10 .24 .64 .88 .76 .06 .5 .34 .08
            f3 0 1025 10 1
    '''
    for comp_name in progression.split():