Mon May 12 2003 -- Alternative Csound Reference Manual, Version 4.23-1
1. What is the Alternative Csound Reference Manual?
The Alternative Csound Reference Manual is a reference manual for
the Csound program. It has been updated for the latest canonical
version of Csound, 4.23, and includes many working examples.
The Csound program is a digital audio synthesis program
distributed by John ffitch at the University of Bath:
For more information about Csound, visit http://www.csounds.com/.
2. What are the changes made since the last release?
* Changed the license to the GNU Free Documentation License.
* Added documentation for the following opcodes: bqrez, fprintks,
fprints, nstrnum, prints, schedkwhennamed, and subinstrinit.
* Updated documentation for the following opcodes: event, massign,
mute, pgmassign, prealloc, printks, schedule, schedwhen, sfinstr,
sfinstr3, sfinstr3m, sfinstrm, sfplay, sfplay3, sfplaym, and
* Added examples for the following opcodes: soundin, sndwarp,
subinstr, and wguide1.
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3. Who were the contributors?
The Alternative Csound Reference Manual is maintained by
Kevin Conder with help from the Csound community. Contributors
for this edition include: Anders Andersson, David Gladstein,
Gabriel Maldonado, Istvan Varga, Jason Thomas, John ffitch,
Matt J. Ingalls, Oeyvind Brandtsegg, and Steven Yi.
4. Where can I view the Alternative Csound Reference Manual?
The Alternative Csound Reference Manual is viewable on-line here:
5. Where can I download the Alternative Csound Reference Manual?
You can download a copy of the Alternative Csound Reference Manual
in the following formats: ASCII text, DocBook/SGML, HTML, and PDF.
You can download these files via HTTP from here:
You can also download these files via FTP from the following sites:
Thanks go to John ffitch and Richard Boulanger for use of their
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