[linux-audio-dev] Comments on Boulanger's Csound book?

M. Edward Borasky znmeb at aracnet.com
Mon Sep 30 10:27:00 UTC 2002

I love it!! It covers everything from beginners' tutorials (several of them)
to advanced digital signal processing. Csound itself is somewhat difficult
to use - a bit like assembly-language programming. However, there are a
number of GUI wrappers for it. And it's not big on algorithmic composition.

M. Edward (Ed) Borasky
mailto: znmeb at borasky-research.net

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[mailto:linux-audio-dev-admin at music.columbia.edu]On Behalf Of Frank Neumann
Sent: Monday, September 30, 2002 6:03 AM
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Subject: [linux-audio-dev] Comments on Boulanger's Csound book?

Hi list,

just a short question to those who already have Richard Boulanger's "The
Csound Book". I was going to order one soon, what is your
impression/opinion on it? I understand that a certain degree of
knowledge about synthesis/computer music is required in order it to make
sense to the reader (I hope I have that), but if that is fulfilled, can
you recommend this book? Or what are its weak spots in your opinion?

Frank (expecting at least one answer from bright.net ;-)

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