[CM] dlocsig

Fernando Lopez-Lezcano nando at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Fri Apr 9 18:11:55 PDT 2010

On Fri, 2010-04-09 at 01:17 +0100, Daniel Ross wrote:
> Dear Music Programmers,
> I'm finding it very difficult to bridge the gap between the theory of
> 3D specialisation in dlocsig and implementing it practically using any
> other instrument.
> As a fairly recent beginner to the world of programming and music
> technology, is there anyone out there in interet-land who could hep me
> understand exactly, and simply, how to take one of the standard (and,
> perhaps, more complicated) CLM-4 instruments and adapt it/them to use
> dlocsig - without just referring me
> to https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~nando/clm/dlocsig/#dlocsig-ug?
> Though full of information, it is rather difficult to fully comprehend
> as a beginner, and I'm sure the seasoned CLMer's amongst you can
> explain some of the finer points in (almost-)lay-man's-terms without
> my head exploding.

Ah, yes, not that easy. I don't have the time right now for more details
but I'm attaching to very old files that I used in a course I taught in
2006, one is the original (at that time) v.ins instrument, and the other
is the same, but modified to use dlocsig (v.ins and vd.ins). It should
be possible to port the changes to a newer version of v.ins - I'm sure
it has changed in the meantime. 

-- Fernando

PS: I think there are a few more examples here:
(all very old and obsolete, of course :-)

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