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Sonifying Processing: The Beads Tutorial

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Sonifying Processing: The Beads Tutorial
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ISBN/ASIN: 1466267119
ISBN-13: 9781466267114
Number of pages: 138

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Sonifying Processing: The Beads Tutorial introduces audio programming to Processing programmers through the Beads library. It covers topics such as synthesis, sampling and general sound-mangling in such a way that is appropriate for beginners, or more experienced programmers who want to expand their repetoire.

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