Isomer’s flexible architecture makes it ideal for a wide range of research, creative, and industry applications. The current application roadmap focuses on musical applications, however, there’s nothing to prevent Isomer’s representation and processing algorithms from being applied to other multi-vector, time series data. While not the current focus, exploration into non-musical applications is under consideration.
Can I Use Isomer In My Own Projects?
Unfortunately, Isomer isn’t available for public use. At least not yet. While the software has proven to be extremely robust (development is test-driven with long-run reliability and portability as primary goals), the modules are currently managed via CLI. In other words, by modern standards, it’s incredibly cumbersome to use.
This is by design, however. Top priority is to keep the system maximally flexible while work is completed on all modules and I discover the strengths and weaknesses of the system. Once testing is completed, I’ll look at releasing feature-limited versions of Isomer for use in various environments and applications.
Of course, I’m always open to new ideas, so if you have a something in mind, feel free to contact me with details.