The CSound book by Richard Boulanger

The CSound book

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The CSound book Richard Boulanger ebook
Page: 746
Publisher: The MIT Press
Format: djvu
ISBN: 0262522616, 9780262522618

What gave you the idea to make a textbook focussed on MaxMSP? Any other questions let me know. The books that you really need to get you up to speed are Virtual Sound by Riccardo Bianchini and Alessandro Cipriani; and The Csound Book by Richard Boulanger. This can be a nicer alternative to the cpspch function seen in the csound book, as it is more in line with what other soft-synths are doing. Richard Boulanger is Professor of Electronic Production and Design at the Berklee College of Music and editor of The Csound Book: Perspectives in Software Synthesis, Sound Design, Signal Processing, and Programming (MIT Press, 2000). How did you first get started on the book? Do ever just need a sine oscillator for testing purposes? Btw, although Rick Boulanger's book The Csound Book is truly awesome it is not really a good book for beginners. If you can find it pick up Bianchini & Cipriani's Virtual Sound instead, but good luck finding it. I've been reading The Audio Programming Book, which has been great, and I just got Musmathics vol2 and The Csound Book.