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#ActualGlass_Knife

Posted 26 January 2013 - 09:23 AM

Honestly, I'm not sure which forum this belongs in. My hunch, however, would be the programming forum, as you don't have to be a programmer of code to be able to make music.

 

Thanks what I thought, but I thought i'd ask here first.  I've purchased a book that I thought would help, but it was written for a sound designer.  Whenever a topic would start to get interesting (from my perspective) the author would say "Go ask your programmer." as if we're some commodity sound people keep in the basement until they need us.  Actually, since I'm in my basement right now, that may be true.  smile.png  But either way, where did these programmers learn all about audio programming?

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#1Glass_Knife

Posted 26 January 2013 - 09:22 AM

Honestly, I'm not sure which forum this belongs in. My hunch, however, would be the programming forum, as you don't have to be a programmer of code to be able to make music.

 

Thanks what I thought, but I thought i'd ask here first.  I've purchased a book that I thought would help, but it was written for a sound designer.  Whenever a topic would start to get interesting (from my perspective  the author would say "Go ask your programmer." as if we're some commodity sound people keep in the basement until they need us.  Actually, since I'm in my basement right now, that may be true.  :)  But either way, where did these programmers learn all about audio programming?


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