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Csgrouper has been improved!

Thanks to the comments I could gather here and there (but mostly here), I have made some improvements in Csgrouper and now one can almost run it without knowing about Perl. Help balloons have been added, some bugs have been suppressed and most of all, Csound instruments are now loadable without having to mention params in any particular way. The window aspect has been simplified too.

Now I need someone of good will to help me correct my English in Help messages.

"Csgrouper is a music composition software at the intersection of polytonality, polymodality and serialism. Its aim is not to tell musicians how to compose, but to provide a permutational framework with scalable settings."

In reply to Csgrouper : first important revision since release by emilbarton

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