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Basic help using the csound~ object

December 11, 2007 | 6:44 pm

I have looked at the csound~ help file and .csd file (version 1.0.3, csound version 5.07) and I think I need some simpler examples. for instance, one that just outputs a sine wave tone. Is it possible to put an audio signal in an inlet of a csound~ object, process in csound and then use the output in MAX/MSP? Anyone have a simple example of this?

Grazie,

Peter


December 13, 2007 | 7:57 pm

Never mind! I figured it out.


December 13, 2007 | 10:43 pm

try inch opcode.
If the moderator agree with putting a csound’s orch on this forum I have an example to give.
Otherwise contact me offline.

K


December 15, 2007 | 6:50 am

Derrick Giscloux schrieb:
> try inch opcode.
> If the moderator agree with putting a csound’s orch on this forum I
> have an example to give. Otherwise contact me offline.

I am not the moderator, but why should this not be allowed? It’s even
completely on topic. I’d be interested…
I’d love to see more csound~ examples in this place….

Stefan


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December 15, 2007 | 11:07 pm

I’ve been meaning to provide some more examples (simpler and more advanced), but I’ve been really busy. I will probably include some more examples with the release of [csound~] 1.0.4 (coming in mid or late January). Of course, if anyone is willing to share some examples of their own, I would be happy to include them.

I agree with Stefan. Csound code should be allowed (as well as
RTcmix, Chukk, etc…) if it isn’t already.

Davis


December 15, 2007 | 11:16 pm


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