nah, I mean you could turn down the quality a lot on the additive synths and reduce the bitrate a lot but it's the classic case of it runs on my machine™
Cute piece of music if I do say so myself, have fun reading the code.
It's written in C, simply: gcc whateveritscalled.c -o whateveryouwantthebinarytobe -lm
you gotta include the math library. The -lm is important!
The data is sent to stdout for redirection wherever you want be that aplay or to a file or even to LAME (ooh)
Sample rate: 44100hz
Format: S16 little endian
Link to score (yes I wrote a score): https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/427411388269461504/770534595115483146/Sonata-Allegro.pdf
For tuning nerds:
It's in 5-limit just intonation and I can control that with my tool very very easily :)