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Education » Literary
Scoring Sound: Creative Music Coding with SuperCollider screenshot
2021 | English | ISBN: NA | ASIN: NA | EPUB/PDF | 262 pages | 11 MB
Scoring Sound covers the basic approaches to sound synthesis, algorithmic composition and instrument design in SuperCollider. This tutorial has been used in workshops around the world for over a decade, and was included in the MIT Press SuperCollider Book.

The Scoring Sound book is a creative audio coding tutorial for the SuperCollider audio synthesis programming language. SuperCollider 3 was released as open source software in the early 2000s and has been one of the key programming languages for sound, music and instrument design for two decades. The book covers the basics of sound synthesis (additive synthesis, subtractive synthesis, frequency modulation, granular synthesis, etc.) and introduces the inbuilt tools for algorithmic composition. SuperCollider is ideal for instrument design and Scoring Sound introduces how the language communicates with the external world through Open Sound Control, MIDI, network, and hardware protocols.


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Sometimes I think that intelligent beings come down to earth just to write a book like this, obviously which will be read by 3 people down here for every 10,000 people.

Applause for the extraordinary cover, with the idea of Fibonacci's golden ratio, which 'Leonardo da Vinci' already knew how to use masterfully, impressed me.

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