[music-dsp] OT - Which book should I buy?
Timothy W. Duncan
insite at cruzio.com
Sun Jul 23 17:13:03 EDT 2000
A number of people are finding that SAOL/SASL, the Structured Audio portion
MPEG-4 works really well for them. There is a version called 'sfront' which
is particularly efficient form of SAOL (pronounced 'sail'). You can find more
information at http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~lazzaro/sa/.
Csound now has a large volume of examples and support documents, of which
the Csound Book
is the most impressive collection to date.
But to answer your question, besides Csound, there is also SAOL. SAOL has a
discussion list too.
>I am planning on doing most of my
>projects in CSound, because I can't find anything that comes close to what it
>can do (is there anything ??).
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