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A Csound Multi-Effects Processor. Introduction This chapter describes a Csound implementation of a multi-effects processor.

A Csound Multi-Effects Processor

Several categories of effects are presented including dynamics processing, filtering and pitch effects. Robin Whittle's zak opcodes provide a flexible method of routing between the effects routines. The pluck opcode is used to demonstrate these effects since many of them are often used with guitar. The Zak System Communication between effects is handled by the zak opcodes. Communications between effects are accomplished using zaw and zar. The zawm opcode mixes the current contents of the audio channel with the new audio data. Mixer The mixer reads from four audio channels and provides independent gain and pan control for each channel. Dynamics Processing This section describes a compressor, a limiter, a noise gate, a de-esser and a distortion effect.1 These are all related effects which change the dynamics of the sound.

Compressor A compressor is used to reduce the dynamic range of a signal. Figure 1. Csound Instruments. Hljmm@charter.net Compositions Analog Synthesis Waveguide Physical Modeling Tone Wheel Organ with Rotating speaker effect TB303 with Sequencer Combo Organ Fractal Chaos Parametric Equation Instruments Some simple FOF & Granular Instruments 3D Sound & Sound Effects.

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Csound Realtime Examples. Here you will find a catalogue of example Csound files.

Csound Realtime Examples

They range from very simple examples which exemplify single opcodes to more complex examples that demonstrate a synthesis or DSP technique. Rene Jopi's port of most of the catalogue for QuteCsound can be downloaded here. (Note that these examples are also available from within QuteCsound itself via its built-in examples menu.) If you intend to use some of these examples in your own teaching or publications please ask permission first and include a note of original authorship. The entire catalogue can be downloaded here: CsoundRealtimeExamples.zip Sound files, analysis files etc. can be downloaded as a zipped archive here: SourceMaterials.zip Contents: 3d Audio - binaural encoding based on HRTF analyses. CSound instruments. CsoundForLive - Online Store powered by Kagi. User-Defined Opcode Database. Introducing “Python Score” for Csound. PYTHON SCORE is a Python script for Csound score generation and processing.

Introducing “Python Score” for Csound

With it you will compose music easily and efficiently. No computer should be without one! This effort has been weeks in the making, if you disregard the 10+ years I’ve spent creating various Csound score utilities I’ve coded up in Perl, Python, C and Java. Much of the focus on this project is directed at keeping the score familiar to Csounders, integrating Python with the Csound score using the CsScore bin feature, and removing as much unnecessary clutter. For example, you won’t need to open and close any files in your programs, Python Score handles it for you. Python Score is currently part of the Csound CSD Python library, though it will receive its own repository in the future. The score() function The first priority of Python Score is to allow traditional Csound score composers to transition into this new score environment in a near seamless fashion.

The “cue” Object score('i 1 0 4 0.707 8.00') <CsScore bin=". Index.html. Amsterdam. Amsterdam Catalog of Csound Computer Instruments. ACCCI v1.1, June 1995 W E L C O M E to the Amsterdam C Catalogue of C Csound C Computer I Instruments (c) J.

Amsterdam Catalog of Csound Computer Instruments

-P. Gather, 1995 Contents The ACCCI includes approximately 100 documented SWSS instruments, amongst which all of Risset's 25 Bell Lab Catalogue instruments and ca. 75 other instruments focussing on various aspects of Software Sound Synthesis (SWSS). All instruments have been programmed adopting one style, with strong emphasis on documentation and transparency. Internet Version of the ACCCI This is the chopped-up version of a printed catalogue (see below), ported to different computing environments. I have included discussions and flowcharts of the ACCCI book version in this distribution. Book Version of the ACCCI You can purchase a book version of the catalogue.

Author: John P Gather Department of Music University at Buffalo, SUNY 222 Baird Hall Buffalo 14260 NY, USA email: jpgather@acsu.buffalo.edu Subject: ACCCI Updates. GitHub - kroger/csound-instruments: Collection of csound instruments.