It depends on! There are examples in
$INSTPREFIX/share/muse/pybridge/examples which demonstrates the
functionality. Here is an API overview:
Anyway, the main idea with it is to automate things or make it
possible to control MusE programmatically. I've done scripts that
control MusE by my midi pedal. I control how a song should be played
(move locators, toggle loop of sections) and intensity of drum tracks
(velocity, compression) mapped to a volume pedal + toggle mixer
effects. That makes it possible to use MusE live for various cool
things. Instead of using fixed midi backgrounds.
But that was what I'm using it for myself, I don't know about you. I'd
check the API overview and see if the functionality there can be used
to build something useful for you. And check the examples. Run them
with 'python examplescript.py' to test them. Many of them require that
the project contains particular track names etc though.
2009/11/21 Geoff Beasley <geoff@...>:
> ok Mathias, now all that python stuff buildt; so now what do i do? never
> really used python before...