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Latest revision as of 18:20, 24 December 2020


Type: fromList :: [a] -> Pattern a

fromList takes a list of things and turns them into a pattern where each item in the list has a duration of one cycle, looping back around at the end of the list.

d1 $ n (fromList [0, 1, 2]) # s "superpiano"

is equivalent to

d1 $ n "<0 1 2>" # s "superpiano"

See also: listToPat