> yeah, i can see that its realy down to basics, but im not a c coder, so i
> dont get much out of those examples. Excuse my ignorance - im getting into
> that coding stuff some day - promiss!!!
There are books out there that were designed to bring someone with good
musical intuition and the high-level signal processing knowledge that
a person handy around a recording studio has (i.e. you know what a filter
is and how and why to use one in a musical situation, but you don't know
how to code one up), to the point where they're writing code in a language
like SAOL. Here's one I just read that's 10 years old now, but I'm sure
people on the list have more recent suggestions:
3. Moore, F. Richard.
Elements of computer music / F. Richard Moore. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. :
Prentice Hall, c1990.
Maybe there are web sites out there as well, there are enough computer
music courses being taught out there that someone has undoubtedly put
the course notes on the web by now for one ...
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