Certainly, music is unlike many conventional applications of computers. Music exists over time, while in conventional computation, faster is always better. Music often includes many voices singing in harmony or counterpoint, while conventional computer architectures and programming languages are sequential, and parallelism is often considered to be a special case. Music making is often a collaborative process, while computation is often viewed as discrete operations where input is provided at the beginning and output occurs at the end.
For all these reasons, we can expect that music language design and development will remain active and interesting for the foreseeable future. Not a name but rather an up-and-coming programming language, Ruby has become very popular among beginner coders who are striving to quickly learn the basics of coding while at the same time break into the computer science world. Ruby was developed in the 1990s by Yukihiro Matsumoto and is praised … Read More