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The computer music tutorial est l'ouvrage de référence en musique assistée par ordinateur. Curtis Roads a réussi à y mettre de façon claire et didactique l'essentiel en audionumérique. Je conseille cet ouvrage à tous les intéressés par the computer music !
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This "Computer Music Tutorial" is amazingly great !
You may not need to have the bible at home but the "Computer Music Tutorial"... you really do need it !!!
Anyway, just like the bible, it's getting old and it would need an upgrade by now... ;-)
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Incroyablement complet, riche et accessible. A lire absolument pour tous ceux s'intéressant à la MAO, bien que sa non disponibilité en français puisse fortement ralentir la lecture et parfois gêner la compréhension.
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HASH(0x8cfa6098) étoiles sur 5 Excellent reference for computer music 19 février 2003
Par graham p krasan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have had an interest in virtual synths, computer music programs such as csound, MAX/MSP, PD, etc. Although program-specific tutorials were helpful, I had found nothing that discussed sound processing, synthesis techniques (e.g. granular synthesis, additive, vector, etc.) and theoretical underpinning to all modern synthesizer techniques so I could understand what I was doing on a more fundamental level. The computer music tutorial does all that and more. I agree with other reviewers that it is not a "tutorial" in the sense that it doesn't extensively flesh out tips/tricks with particular programs, but it is invaluable for providing insight into an encyclopedia of synthesis techniques in very easy conceptual language (to those with no background in DSP). This book is essential to anyone who is interested in the world of sound manipulation in general, whether its sample-oriented, wiring together virtual modules in programs such as reaktor, sync modular, audiomulch, abox or those in a more programming driven interface such as csound and PD.
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HASH(0x8cfa60ec) étoiles sur 5 The Electronic Musician's Bible 21 juin 2000
Par Robert Bantin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I first came across this book at university, when faced with the daunting task of making a software synthesizer for a course project.
The lecturer of the course admitted to me that he had based the course on this book, so naturally I found a copy. After reading it for 5 minutes I ordered a copy, because I knew without a doubt this was the book that would carry me through the rest of my studies. Interestingly, anyone else who has ever seen my copy has gone and bought themselves without much delay!
What the book offers is threefold: 1. A good introduction to MIDI. 2. A broad spectrum of signal processing techinques (including SFX). 3. A fast repository of synthesis ideas.
It even explains the fundamentals of the Fast Fourier Transform optimisation.
A lot of math has been replaced by flow charts, and this is means that it can explain the ideas to a wider range of people (and not just mathematicians).
The real selling point of this book is that it is, ultimately, the best possible mix of scope and depth of the subject of musical synthesis.
At 1234 Pages, it's also good value for money!
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HASH(0x8cfa6524) étoiles sur 5 The Enhanced Bible For Computer Music 6 décembre 1999
Par RAVEH GONEN - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book contains enormous amount of important information for any computer music researcher, composer, programmer. It covers all the computer music related subjects in a very unique manner. The writing is superb. I have learned a lot about Digital audio concepts, Digital mixing, filtering and dozens more issues. With this book, you can start developing a software synth, Audio Effect Plug-In and other computer music related software. You can enhance your knowledge about every aspect of computer generated music and making music with computers. This is a book both for beginners and advanced professionals. A Must !
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HASH(0x8cfa68f0) étoiles sur 5 The vast majority of the book is still useful and relevant 14 février 2007
Par calvinnme - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Don't peruse through this book and let the pictures of people from the 1970's and 1980's working with musical instruments and synthesizers that appear to be assembled from Heathkits scare you away. This book still has vast quantities of information that are very relevant today to the person interested in computer music. In this age of "Garageband", it's just hard to find information on the mathematics of sound synthesis and signal processing as it applies to music in a detailed well-illustrated format. Of course, many people don't need this information nor do they want it - but if you do this is one of several sources that I turn to. It assumes that you know music, but that you do not have a background in mathematics past algebra, and it is wonderful at explaining what goes on mathematically in computer music so that you can turn to a language like CSound and put to work what you learn in this book. I even know some engineering students have had difficulties with certain signals and systems concepts that I refer to this book, and afterwards they are crystal clear.

The first four sections of the book are completely relevant today, and they deal with fundamentals, synthesis, mixing and signal processing, and sound analysis. That is the first 600 pages of the book. Section five, on the musician's interface, is relevant and correct as to history and the basic facts. Many of the instruments used as illustrations no longer exist, but the theory of operation is still employed today. The section does discuss the "Max" software in the context of interactive performance, and Max is still used in various forms. Other systems such as MODE, MacMix, and NoteWriter, are now obsolete. However, even these sections are worthwhile in talking about how such systems work even if these particular systems are defunct.

Section six, on Internals and Interconnections, is probably the section with the most obsolete material, and even then it is not that bad. The sections on MIDI and the internals of digital signal processors are good detailed explanations. DSP hardware and dataflow are especially clearly explained. However, in the chapter on system interconnections, we are in a time gone by as there is much material on how to connect to devices no longer in existence such as the 2-track and 4-track recorder. Section seven is a very short one on psychoacoustics. It is not that it is dated, it is just a very short introduction to the subject. Among the appendices, there is a very useful section on the details of Fourier analysis. This is essential knowledge for the computer musician.

I would still highly recommend this book. Just recognize that a very few sections - and a good number of the photographs of actual equipment - are dated.
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HASH(0x8cfa69d4) étoiles sur 5 Cmt 27 septembre 2005
Par Corrado Tirelli - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Nice book.

Although it may seem outdated, trying to making up one's mind one has to consider a few things:

It's true that synthesis techniques have evolved in a very impressive way during theese 20 years (the book as you may guess has been written during the 80's), but it's also true that many of today's so called "new" synthesis techniques (as some software synthesis companies are fond of saying) are simply the natural evolution of past ones.

Just to give you an example the plugin "melohman" by ohmforce can be viewed as moving wavetable synthesis tool combined with ring modulation and effects like delay filters etc.

On the other hand, some chapters like ones on music equipment or software for algoritmic composition -fields in which technology plays a very important role- do are really outdated.

Cmt is a very complete book, it covers most important fields involved in electronic music composition, as one can see stepping through the index. Explanation of FFT calls for a review of trigonometry and algebra if you didn't studied them well at school, like me for example.

This review must come to an end, so here it is:

If you are/want to become self-taught serious about computer music and you like to make music with softwares like Pure Data or Max/MSP this book is a good place to start. Buy it.

Profund understanding of the possibilities of synthesis techniques or effects design of course requires more specifc scientific/academic readings.
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