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ChucK => Strongly-timed, On-the-fly Audio Programming Language

ChucK => Strongly-timed, On-the-fly Audio Programming Language

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Chuck, un lenguaje para la programación de audio Los amantes de la síntesis de audio están de enhorabuena, ha llegado Chuck, para aquellos que tienen como hobby y/o trabajo la programación aunada con la música. Chuck, desarrollado en la Universidad de Princeton, nos permitirá a través de líneas de código, realizar composiciones, sintetizar sonidos, análisis de audio, procesamiento espectral,… en definitiva realizar diabluras con el sonido, en tiempo real, y a través de un lenguaje de programación. Este lenguaje es tan sencillo, que un minuto después de habértelo descargado, ya puedes estar generando sonido a través de los altavoces de tu ordenador. Como muestra un botón, el siguiente código: Debemos guardar el fichero con el nombre, aunque cada uno puede ponerle el nombre que más le plazca, y acto seguido, desde la línea de comandos, introducir y ejecutar la siguiente linea: chuck chuck Con lo cual se oirían todos los ficheros a la vez.

Beat Zampler argot .com : dictionary of street drug ( cannabis, marijuana, heroin, cocaine, et al. ) slang 12 Reaper tips and tricks you need to know | Reaper | Tech Tuition MusicRadar users dig Reaper - in fact, you recently voted it your favourite DAW. This cross-platform application has a tiny installer (just 8MB, in fact), yet boasts powerful features that put it on a par with many of its more expensive rivals. What's more, those who've been frustrated by other DAWs frequently report that it's easier to use. If you're just getting acquainted with the software - or you're considering trying it for the first time - here are 12 things to bear in mind… 1. If you're stuck with a dodgy vocal take, don't panic - you might be able to get away without re-recording it. 2. When using lots of plug-in instruments and effects, you may find yourself running out of CPU power. 3. One cool way to streamline your workflow is to save commonly-used combinations of instruments or effects as FX chains. 4. Stuck for inspiration? 5. These days, many DAWs eschew multiple floating windows and instead opt for a single-window approach. 6. Need to beef up a track in a hurry? 7. 8.

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Getting There: Which DAW Should I Use? When it comes to music software, there are a ton of different options out there. While it seems like there's a mountain of software to learn, most applications actually follow the same type methodology. Most DAW's operate basically the same with variations in functions and features. Then there are other types of software that don't fit our definition of a DAW but 'specialize' in specific approaches and functions. We've talked about the basics before here. Today we're going to discuss the similarities, differences, strengths and weaknesses of the various applications. Most of the time we refer to music applications as DAW's but this can misleading, and in some cases just wrong. What's A DAW? The official title is 'Digital Audio Workstation'. Workflow It's really just a question of work-flow. Which One For Me? So which do I want to use? The Standards The standards are of the 'regular' DAW's that we all familiar with. The Rebels Notation Programs Another type of DAW is the notation programs.

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For composing movie/Tv scores? :: MakeMusic Forum First off, do not feel that buying from a single sample maker necessarily is the best strategy. Mixing and matching different libraries can often yield better results, though it is a bit trickier to mix different libraries from different manufacturers and have them blend together nicely, because they were recorded in different rooms, etc. I will first of all look at the full orchestral libraries from major manufacturers: - GPO: usually the first library that people work with because it is bundled with notation software and is very inexpensive. Nobody uses this for film scoring, except for doing drafts which will be replaced by better samples later. If you are mixing and matching.. we can look at options for individual sections (there are other options I haven't listed, but those are not as powerful or useful, or modern as these.. the ones I list are the ones most composers today are using): Strings: Brass: Woodwinds: - VSL Woodwinds - still the best. Orchestral Percussion: Pianos:

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