[chuck-users] Recommended books?
charroch at gmail.com
Sun Aug 5 12:44:33 EDT 2007
Thanks Brad and Kas,
Done, I went for the first and last one. This is your brain on music
sounds like a good read.
"Real Sound Synthesis for Interactive Applications" looks like a good
On 05/08/07, Kassen <signal.automatique at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8/5/07, garton at columbia.edu <garton at columbia.edu> wrote:
> > One of the primary author's of ChUcK, Perry Cook hisself, has
> > several terrific books out. You might want to check:
> > "Real Sound Synthesis for Interactive Applications"
> > for a good intro into the theory behind sound synthesis and DSP. It
> > includes a CD-ROM with the STK on it, the basis for a lot of CHuck
> > dsp stuff.
> Indeed! It covers a part of ChucK, easily fits in any bag and it's often
> funny. None of those can be said about mr. Road's "Computer Music Could You
> Please Check That Book In Because It Might Be Used As A Weapon".
> That last one is still a excelent introduction to computer music making and
> after you've outgrown the introductory stage you'll find yourself using it
> as a reference. It's big, intimidating and at times a bit dated but I never
> heard about anyone regretting buying that one.
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