CANONICAL CSOUND REFERENCE MANUAL PDF
Edited by. John ffitch. Jean Piché. Peter Nix. Richard Boulanger. Rasmus Ekman. David Boothe. Kevin Conder. Steven Yi. Michael Gogins. Andrés Cabrera. The Canonical Csound Reference Manual. Next. The Canonical Csound Reference Manual. Frames Version. Version Barry Vercoe. MIT Media Lab. et. al. Public Csound. Reference Manual. CANONICAL VERSION by Barry Vercoe , Media Lab MIT. & contributors. Edited by John ffitch, Richard Boulanger.
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GEN10 — Generate composite waveforms made up of weighted sums of simple sinusoids. The final chapters introduce various front-ends that can be used to interface with the Csound engine and Csound’s communication with other applications.
Proposal The following is a brief conceptual idea for smart instruments that are semaphore-like, global instruments which analyze, adapt, and change other instruments based on the acoustic environment and conditions. GEN09 — Generate composite waveforms made up of weighted sums of simple canknical. Working referwnce realtime properties for live performance, utilizing controllers, GUIs, and instruments, is a very strong method of achieving a human feel and expressivity when working with computer music.
GEN14 — Stores a polynomial whose coefficients derive from Chebyshevs of the second kind. Tempo and Rhythm Tempo and rhythmic analysis are often used to measure reffrence in performance and to differentiate between peformances. The inputs to the semaphore instrument might include various envelopes and instrument hooks, where there would be an envelope csoynd analyze and send back data to the instruments on the state of vibrato, or global amplitudes for example.
In computer music, because there is often no common practice notation score, expression can include just about any aspect beyond the given pitches of a piece of music. Csoun, by the performer, in realtime performance, is implemented as a neuro-muscular response and an interaction between the live performer and his or her instrument as the music is sounding. OSClisten oscbnk – Mixes the output of any number of oscillators.
Modal Frequency Ratios E. GENexp — Generate a table with values on the exp function.
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GENtanh — Generate a table with values on the tanh function. JackoOn — Enables or disables all Jack ports. JackoInit — Initializes Csound as a Jack client. GEN06 — Generates a function comprised of segments of cubic polynomials. An understanding of Csound update rates setup only, i-rate, k-rate, or a-rate for variables, and how ksmps functions to set the number of samples in a control period for the resolution of the updates, are practical and helpful when crafting signals that may change over time refereence.
GEN33 — Generate composite waveforms by mixing simple sinusoids. Codes a signal into the ambisonic B format. GEN20 — Generates functions of different windows. JackoInfo — Prints information about the Jack system. MixerReceive MixerClear canoniacl Resets all channels of a buss to 0.
Some issues of this textbook can be ordered as a print-on-demand hard copy at www. FLlabel FLloadsnap canonkcal Loads all snapshots into the memory bank of the current orchestra. GEN13 – Stores a csoujd whose coefficients derive from the Chebyshev polynomials of the first kind. The morph is performed by linearly interpolating the parameter envelopes frequency, amplitude, and bandwidth, or noisiness of the bandwidth-enhanced partials according to control-rate frequency, amplitude, and bandwidth morphing functions.
GEN28 — Reads a text file which contains a time-tagged trajectory.
The Canonical Csound Reference Manual
This opcode will send note events from a csond machine to one destination. This opcode will broadcast the midi events to all the machines involved in the remote concert.
If one designs an original expressive opcode, then creating a user-defined opcode helps as a guide or proof of concept for how the opcode should function. MixerClear — Resets all channels of a buss to 0. FLupdate – Same as the FLrun opcode.
FLslidBnkSetk — modify the values of a slider bank. When working with code, compared to the live performer’s neuro-muscular responses, the process is magnified, prolongated, and mathematically and scientifically calculated and adjusted to achieve the desired result. JackoInfo — Prints information about the Jack system. GEN08 – Generate a piecewise cubic spline curve. GEN07 — Constructs functions from segments of straight lines. SoundFont2 File Format F. Has a sync input to sychronize its internal grain scheduler clock to an external clock source.
FLslidBnkSet — modify the values of a slider bank. GEN52 — Creates an interleaved multichannel table from the specified source tables, in the format expected by the ftconv opcode.