[ardour-dev] learning audio

Dave Phillips dlphillips at woh.rr.com
Sun Oct 16 07:12:49 PDT 2005


  Frank's correct re: the amount of example code in EoCM, so I'll revise 
my suggestion and give EoCM a better rating for the original purpose. 
Dodge's book is perhaps better for a composer who wants to get into the 
subject without having to acquire the background needed for a thorough 
understanding of Moore's material.



Frank Barknecht wrote:

>Frank Barknecht hat gesagt: // Frank Barknecht wrote:
>>The facsimile is of the latest editioni AFAIK, so it shouldn't have
>>many errors anymore. At least I didn't find anything substantial in my
>>facsimile copy (but I'm not a real expert in finding errors in code
>Okay, I checked it now: According to
>you should:
>  be sure to obtain the third printing (the Library of Congress page
>  says "10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3") which contains corrections of hundreds of
>  errata as compared with earlier printings (this printing was done in
>  early 1994).
>The "Pearson Education Print on Demand Edition" - which I own and
>which is sold today - has the correct Library number from above
>inside. (I suppose, Moore would have been very angry if an older
>edition would have been chosen as base for the facsimile.)

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