On Aug 29, 2005, at 1:20 PM, Istvan Varga wrote:
> Graham Breed wrote:
>> It's currently failing with
>> ld: Undefined symbols:
>> and a previous
>> ... Top/threads.o Top/threads.c
>> Top/threads.c: In function `csoundWaitThreadLock':
>> Top/threads.c:194: warning: implicit declaration of function
>> may be implicated. This is Tiger, with GCC 3.3 as the default
> This may be fixed by replacing the #ifdef in Top/threads.c, at line
> #if defined(LINUX) || defined(__MACH__)
> #if defined(LINUX)
> with this change, the use of pthread_mutex_timedlock() is disabled
> (of course, the timeout parameter of csoundWaitThreadLock() will not
> work, any non-zero value will result in an infinite wait time).
> It is possible that the pthread library on OS X does not have this
I was having the same issue, but that fixed it right up!
Thanks, Istvan for adding the ATS opcodes -- they're sounding nice!
I'll post some examples when I get home from work... and YES it would
be amazing if we could add the atsa binary from SourceForge to Csound5.
This would definitely put Csound far beyond most (if not all) other
softsynth languages in terms of it's wide range of spectral based
processing / synthesis, IMHO.
Anthony mentioned the link already (thanks for looking up the license
info, btw!!) but here it is again since I believe before the focus was
That is the GUI application for Linux / OSX / Windows (atsh). I believe
for you need GTK for all OS's in order for it to work.
The commandline analysis tool (atsa) personally I think it would be
worth adding to Csound.
Here is the relevant license info from the README included with the ATS
package from SourceForge (linked above)
The atsa library and atsh ware developed as part of the "Desarrollo de
para analisis y sintesis de sonido digital (Digital Sound Analysis and
Synthesis Software Development)" research and development project with
the support of: Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Buenos Aires, Argentina
(http://www.unq.edu.ar), and the Center for Digital Arts and
Media, University of Washington, Seattle, USA
Except where otherwise noted, ATSA and ATSH is Copyright 2002-2004
Di Liscia, Pete Moss and Juan Pampin.
The authors hereby grant permission to use, copy, modify, distribute,
and license this software and its documentation for any purpose. No
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