Re: [linux-audio-user] Recommendations

From: Cesare Marilungo <cesare@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Fri Apr 21 2006 - 00:07:04 EEST

Ian Remmler wrote:

>I'd like to get into composition and synthesis, but I am
>completely new to this stuff. has lots of
>pointers, but since I don't have much background it's hard to
>tell what is worth looking into. A page with example sounds or
>music from the various packages would be helpful I think.
>I am not interested in performance so real-time synthesis and
>instrument input are not necessary. What I would like to be
>able to do is create "instruments" from samples and/or various
>synthesis methods (or combinations thereof). I would like the
>ability to experiment with creating my own synthesizers as well,
>preferably using some kind of programming language.
>Then, I'd like to be able to compose music is some kind of
>sequencer. A "programming language" might even be fine if the
>syntax is nice. Real-time playback or non-real-time "rendering"
>of the music would both be fine. Basically I want to dabble
>with the synthesis/production/composition side of things, rather
>than performing or playing instruments.
>Any recommendations on what I should look at would be greatly
> - Ian.
Take a look at Csound:


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