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Another inscore user here.
I work at a research lab at Concordia in Montreal. I worked on some scores
for the music by Sandeep Bhagwati:
Nice to see another user :)
Kudos for the CSound + inscore work... it would not even cross my mind to
put those 2 together!
On Sun, Nov 25, 2012 at 2:15 PM, joachim heintz wrote:
> hi all -
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Hey,Another inscore user here.=C2=A0I work at a research lab at Concordia in Montreal. I worked on some =
scores for the music by Sandeep Bhagwati:http://matral=
(the 2011 versions)Nice to see=
another user :)
Kudos for the CSound + inscore work... it would not even cross my mind=
to put those 2 together!./MiSOn Sun, Nov=
25, 2012 at 2:15 PM, joachim heintz <firstname.lastname@example.org>=
hi all -
this is mainly for csound users, and for people who might want to use insco=
re from another host, for instance PD or SC.
inscore is a cross-plattform and open source application for displaying mus=
ical scores in a very general sense: not just a usual score, but also any k=
ind of graphic, text, image, signal etc.
inscore is maintained by dominique fober in grame, france. i find it very u=
seful for adding some graphical elements and abilities to csound. the commu=
nication between inscore and another application is done via OSC.
my examples for csound and inscore can be downloaded at https://github.com/<=
u>joachimheintz/cs_inscore. the examples show:
- the general way of sending data from csound to inscore and back
- the adaption of some general inscore examples (demo and sine)
- ways of transforming a displayed text, image or score
- ways of displaying a signal
- ways of displaying csound tables in inscore
i have also made some screencast to give an easy introduction to the exampl=
hope you enjoy it! let me know any problems. all best -
=C2=A0 =C2=A0 =C2=A0 =C2=A0 joachim
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