[linux-audio-user] Re: Acid type program

Juhana Sadeharju kouhia at nic.funet.fi
Sun Feb 12 04:05:47 EST 2006


>From: Victor Lazzarini <Victor.Lazzarini at nuim.ie>
>
>I'd add Csound to that list...

I used Csound as a replacement to Acid type arranger at 1997.
I wrote C code library for placing sounds and loops to the beat
bars and to the tracks. My program then wrote the timed events to
Csound score. The textual arrangement was not the problem, but
every change to arrangement required a compilation of my C code.

I would be interested in to know if Csound can be used as an
audio engine in Acid type software. Then one would need only
write a GUI. Or a textual UI as in trackers.

Can the orc and sco data inside Csound be incrementally build
and modified via liblo? A poor alternative would be that the
entire score would be sent each time.

Juhana
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