Foreword by Richard Boulanger
CT9811 - ISBN 978-88-905484-4-4
726 pages - Euro 45.00
This is the second in a series of three volumes dedicated to digital synthesis and sound design. Structured for use in university courses, the book is an overview of the theory and practice of Max, with a glossary of terms and suggested tests that allow students to evaluate their progress. This book will provide a reader with skill and understanding in using Max for sound design and musical composition.
Foreword by David Zicarelli
CT9807 - ISBN 978-88-905484-5-1
554 pages - Euro 45.00 40.00
English Version - 2nd EDITION UPDATED FOR MAX 6
For owners of the first edition of the book: click here for the MAX 6 addendum pdf
The book is an overview of the theory and practice of Max, with a glossary of terms and suggested tests that allow students to evaluate their progress. Comprehensive online support, running parallel to the explanations in the book, includes hundreds of sample patches, analyses, interactive sound-building exercises, and reverse engineering exercises.
Foreword by James Dashow
CT9805 - ISBN 978-88-900261-4-0
362 pages - Euro 35.00 30.00
Virtual Sound is an in-depth tutorial in computer music, complete with user-friendly exercises in Csound that illustrate the theory and practice of each type of sound synthesis and processing.
The book contains a wealth of diagrams, illustrations, flow charts, and other graphics and images that will help you understand exactly how to do what you want to do with Csound.