Re: [LAU] Common Music - Importing audio files, and pointers to learning material?

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Cc: Heinrich Taube <taube@...>
Date: Monday, February 17, 2014 - 10:23 pm

On 02/17/2014 11:27 AM, Angel de Vicente wrote:

Hi Angel,

CM is now part of the Grace system. I've used it for many years,
primarily as a generator for Csound scores. Alas, I've never tried
random file playback with it. I suppose it could be done with Grace, but
I'd probably use SuperCollider3 for that purpose.

That said, Grace is fantastic, so I've cc'd this reply to Rick Taube,
the author of CM/Grace, perhaps he can advise you re: your intended use.

> At the same time, what would be the best way to start learning how to

At this time the best way to learn is by running the examples and
studying their code. The SAL language - Bill Schottstaedt's S7 Scheme
implementation - is very easy to learn, the examples are musical and
inspiring.

Best,

dp

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