Based on the idea described on
and includes tools for easy experimentation. "Bytebeat" refers to sound
generated by simple formulas sent to an audio output.
+ clive lets you play different tunes grabbed from the site.
+ byteplay lets you play an arbitrary formula (use 't' for the current step;
see the formulas in 'clive.c' for inspiration).
+ bibgen poorly generates a tune and plays it.
+ exprgen generates a formula, but isn't very good either.
These tools depend on libtcc to dynamically generate C code for execution;
download from [http://bellard.org/tcc/](http://bellard.org/tcc/).
Just run `make` afterwards. Should work on at least some platforms.
Released under the Do What The Fuck You Want To Public License, Version 2.0; see
http://wtfpl.net/ for the license.
Bugs and the like
Needs documentation. Does some non-standard C things (don't compile with
-pedantic). Would be nice with a better random tune generator.