Computer Music Instruments: Foundations, Design and Development

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361 pages

Book Description

This book is divided into three elements. Part I provides a broad introduction to the foundations of computer music instruments, covering some key points in , with rigorous but approachable mathematics, and programming examples, as well as an overview of development environments for computer instruments. In Part II, the author presents synthesis and , with chapters on source-filter models, summation formulae, feedback and adaptive systems, granular methods, and frequency-domain techniques. In Part III he explains approaches, in particular communication protocols and , and computer music platforms.

All elements are fully illustrated with programming examples using Csound, , and Faust. The book is suitable for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students in music and signal processing, and for practitioners and researchers.

Table of Contents

Part I Foundations
Chapter 1 Audio And Music
Chapter 2 Music Programming Environments

Part II Synthesis and Processing
Chapter 3 Source-Filter Models
Chapter 4 Closed-Form Summation Formulae
Chapter 5 Feedback And Adaptive Systems
Chapter 6 Granular Methods
Chapter 7 Frequency-Domain Techniques

Part III Application Development
Chapter 8 Interaction
Chapter 9 Computer Music Platforms

Appendix A Signal Processing Mathematics
Appendix B Application Code

Book Details

  • Title: Computer Music Instruments: Foundations, Design and Development
  • Author:
  • Length: 361 pages
  • Edition: 1st ed. 2017
  • Language: English
  • Publisher:
  • Publication Date: 2017-10-25
  • ISBN-10: 3319635034
  • ISBN-13: 9783319635033
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