On the Design of Csound5

@inproceedings{ffitch2005OnTD,
  title={On the Design of Csound5},
  author={John ffitch},
  year={2005}
}
Csound has been in existence for many years, and is a direct descendant of the MusicV family. For a decade development of the system has continued, via some language changes, new operations and the necessary bug fixes. Two years ago a small group of us decided that rather than continue the incremental process, a code freeze and rethink was needed. In this paper we consider the design and aims for what has been called Csound5, and describe the processes and achievements of the implementation. 

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