Eastman Csound Tutorial
Table of Contents CHAPTER 1 -- CHAPTER 2 -- CHAPTER 3 -- CHAPTER 4 -- CHAPTER 5 -- CHAPTER 6

INDEX OF ORCHESTRA/SCORE EXAMPLES :

All of these examples have been compiled into soundfiles within the sflib/x directory

Chapter 1 :

ex1-1 : simple oscillator instrument algorithm playing gen10 harmonic waveforms

ex1-2 : same orchestra file used with a more interesting score

ex1-3 : examples of inharmonic audio functions created with gen9


Chapter 2 :

ex2-1 : envlpx amplitude envelope example 1

ex2-2 : envlpx amplitude envelope example 2 (illustrates xmod)

ex2-3 : control oscillator supplies amplitude envelope to audio oscillator

ex2-4 : same orchestra as above, more interesting score file

ex2-5 : soundin reads in sflib soundfiles


Chapter 3 :

ex3-1 : audio rate amplitude modulation

ex3-2 : amplitude modulation of a soundfile

ex3-3 : simple F.M. instrument

ex3-4 : F.M. glissando instrument

ex3-5 : "classical" FM with modulation index envelope

ex3-6 : Reading in soundfiles with tablei, phasor and gen1


Chapter 4 :

ex4-1 : buzz

ex4-2 : gbuzz

ex4-3 : gbuzz with variable kr

ex4-4 : gbuzz with subaudio fundamental and glissando and tremolo

ex4-5 : white noise (rand)

ex4-6 : band-limited noise or frequency flutter

ex4-7 : same as ex4-6 but with randh instead of randi

ex4-8 : F.M. instrument with attack noise


Chapter 5 :

ex5-1 : tone (low pass filter)

ex5-2 : tone with balance

ex5-3 : balance used as envelope follower

ex5-3-2 : same as ex5-3 but with mixture of audio and control soundfiles

ex5-4 : band pass filtering of white noise

ex5-5 : reson with variable center frequency and bandwidth

ex5-6 : vowel-like sounds from parallel bandpass filters

ex5-7 : comb filtering of spoken voice

ex5-8 : same as ex5-7, but using alpass instead of comb

ex5-9 examples : global nreverb reverberation instrument

ex5-9-0 : no reverberation
ex5-9-1 : low khdif (high frequency diffusion) value
ex5-9-2 : high khdif value
ex5-9-3 : time-varying wet/dry mix; medium khdif value

ex5-10 : global reverberation and multitap delay instrument


Chapter 6 :

ex6-1 : harmonizer example employing loscil and harmon

ex6-2 : same orchestra, (somewhat) more interesting score

ex6-3 : amplitude compression/expansion with dam

ex6-4 examples : equal-tempered tuning with less or more than 12 tones

ex6-4-1 : 11 tone scale
ex6-4-2 : 13 tone scale
ex6-4-3 : 19 tone scale

Appendix 2 :

exapp2-1 : double carrier F.M. instrument

exapp2-2 : F.M. with multiple modulators


Eastman Csound Tutorial: End of Index of orc/score examples

Table of Contents CHAPTER 1 -- CHAPTER 2 -- CHAPTER 3 -- CHAPTER 4 -- CHAPTER 5 -- CHAPTER 6