If you are a C programmer interested in music or a composer hoping to expand your musical horizons, Computer Music in C provides you with a practical library of algorithms and related C programming functions that will ease your transition into computer assisted composition Phil Winsor and Gene DeLisa demonstrate the enormous creative and time saving potential of computer composition with a collection of plug in and play routines for setting melody, harmony, rhythm, and other musical parameters.Complete source code and function call examples are included to help you meet almost all of your compositional needs....
|Title||:||Computer Music in C|
|Publisher||:||University of North Texas Press November 1, 2001|
|Number of Pages||:||395 pages|
|File Size||:||665 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Computer Music in C Reviews
I'm working through the code in the book and helping me to learn C programming. I am only on the 4th code example and I have found some issues with the code. The font used makes it really hard to tell the difference between l and 1. I thought maybe it's an added bonus to develop your debugging skills that there are some syntax errors as well. I'll update this comment as I get further on. So far.... not happy with the quality control on this one.