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The Csound Book - Perspectives in Software Synthesis, Sound Design, Signal Processing, and Programming

autor: Edited by Richard Boulanger
ISBN: 978-0-262-52261-8
liczba stron: 782
rok wydania: 2000
zawiera: 2 CD ROMs
wydawca: MIT

dostępność: NA ZAMÓWIENIE

CENA: 261.45 PLN

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Created in 1985 by Barry Vercoe, Csound is one of the most widely used software sound synthesis systems. Because it is so powerful, mastering Csound can take a good deal of time and effort. But this long-awaited guide will dramatically straighten the learning curve and enable musicians to take advantage of this rich computer technology available for creating music.

Written by the world's leading educators, programmers, sound designers, and composers, this comprehensive guide covers both the basics of Csound and the theoretical and musical concepts necessary to use the program effectively. The thirty-two tutorial chapters cover: additive, subtractive, FM, AM, FOF, granular, wavetable, waveguide, vector, LA, and other hybrid methods; analysis and resynthesis using ADSYN, LP, and the Phase Vocoder; sample processing; mathematical and physical modeling; and digital signal processing, including room simulation and 3D modeling. The book comes with two CD-ROMs that include more than forty additional HTML chapters; hundreds of musical compositions; more than 3,000 working instruments; the Csound application for Macintosh, PC, and Linux; and a number of Csound audio and score-generating utilities.

Book/CD-ROM Contributors include: Bill Alves, Stephen Beck, Mike Berry, Riccardo Bianchini, Kim Cascone, Michael Clarke, Richard Dobson, Archer Endrich, John ffitch, Rajmil Fischman, Michael Goggins, Matt Ingalls, Richard Karpen, Eric Lyon, Gabriel Maldonado, Hans Mikelson, Jon Nelson, Dave Phillips, Jean Piché, Russell Pinkston, Paris Smaragdis, Erik Spjut, Barry Vercoe, Scotty Vercoe.

Table of Contents

Foreword - Barry Vercoe
Preface - Max Mathews
Acknowledgments
Introduction
How to Use This Book

Software Synthesis

Csound Fundamentals

1.   Introduction to Sound Design in Csound - Richard Boulanger
2.   Understanding and Using Csound's GEN Routines - Jon Ch. Nelson
3.   What Happens When You Run Csound - John ffitch
4.   Optimizing Your Csound Instruments - Paris Smaragdis
5.   Using Csound's Macro Language Extension - John ffitch

Imitative Synthesis

6.   Designing Acoustically Viable Instruments in Csound - Stephen D. Beck
7.   Designing Legato Instruments in Csound - Richard Dobson
8.   Contiguous-Group Wavetable Synthesis of the French Horn in Csound - Andrew Horner and Lydia Ayers
9.   FM Synthesis and Morphing in Csound: from Percussion to Brass - Brian Evans
10.   Modeling "Classic" Electronic Keyboards in Csound - Hans Mikelson

Algorithmic Synthesis

11.   A Survey of Classic Synthesis Techniques in Csound - Rajmil Fischman
12.   FM Synthesis in Csound - Russell Pinkston
13.   Granular Synthesis in Csound - Allan S. C. Lee
14.   FOF and FOG Synthesis in Csound - Michael Clarke
15.   Processing Samples with Csound's FOF Opcode - Per Byrne Villez

Mathematical Models

16.   A Look at Random Numbers, Noise, and Chaos with Csound - John ffitch
17.   Constrained Random Event Generation and Retriggering in Csound - Russell Pinkston
18.   Using Global Csound Instruments for Meta-Parameter Control - Martin Dupras
19.   Mathematical Modeling with Csound: From Waveguides to Chaos - Hans Mikelson

Signal Processing
Understanding Signal Processing through Csound

20.   An Introduction to Signal Processing with Csound - Erik Spjut
21.   Understanding Csound's Spectral Data Types - Barry Vercoe

Delay, Chorus, Reverberation, and 3D Audio

22.   Using Csound to Understand Delay Lines and Their Applications - Russell Pinkston
23.   An Introduction to Reverberation Design with Csound - Eric Lyon
24.   Implementing the Gardner Reverbs in Csound - Hans Mikelson
25.   Csound-based Auditory Localization - Eli Breder and David McIntyre

Working with Csound's Signal Processing Utilities

26.   Convolution in Csound: Traditional and Novel Applications - Erik Spjut
27.   Working with Csound's ADSYN, LPREAD, and LPRESON Opcodes - Magdalena Klapper
28.   Csound's Phase Vocoder and Extensions - Richard Karpen

Modeling Commercial Signal Processing Applications

29.   Efficient Implementation of Analog Waveshaping in Csound - Michael Pocino
30.   Modeling a Multieffects Processor in Csound - Hans Mikelson

Programming

Adding Opcodes

31.   Extending Csound - John ffitch

 

32.   Adding New Unit Generators to Csound - Marc Resibois

Appendixes

1.   List of the Csound Book Chapter Instruments

2.   Recommended Reading

3.   Recommended Listening

4.   Sound Intensity and Formants

5.   Pitch Conversion

6.   Csound's Error Messages

7.   Csound Quick Reference

Index

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