Computer Music with Examples in SuperCollider 3
by David Michael Cottle
Publisher: University of California, Santa Barbara 2006
Number of pages: 372
This text is a compilation of courses materials in Music Technology, Digital Synthesis, and Computer Assisted Composition. It blends electro-acoustic composition exercises with SC and OOP topics. The goal is getting actual sounds as quickly as possible and enough SC language to prevent glassy eyes when reading the help files that come with SC.
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by Miller Puckette - World Scientific Publishing Company
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