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Introducing CsoundAC: Algorithmic Composition With Csound And Python

Aug 03, 2010, 17:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"What happens when the world's most powerful waveform compiler meets one of the world's most popular programming languages ? Find out how one programmer makes it all work out in this introduction to CsoundAC.

"Michael Gogins is a professional programmer and a major contributor to the development of Csound5, the modern face of the mighty and venerable Csound. Michael is deeply dedicated to the art of making music with computers. More specifically, his work is focused on the use of computers to create music that can not be produced by any other means. Over the past two decades this interest has led him to develop a variety of tools to assist him with his own compositions. His most recent toolkit is CsoundAC, a Python-based set of functions and routines specifically written for the purposes of algorithmic music composition with Csound."

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