CDP Interface

Description

The Composers Desktop Project (CDP) is a collection of command line sound editing and transformation functions that can be run from the terminal. This tool provides an interface to these processes and integrates them into a Renoise workflow.

There are a wide variety of processes including sound morphing, combining, convolving, granular processing etc. Over 800 processes are supported by this tool which includes the vast majority of processes offered by CDP.

Installation

The CDP processes must be installed first for this tool to work, these can be found here: http://www.unstablesound.net/cdp.html
For the rest of the installation please refer to the attached Installation Guide.

More Information

The CDP forum is available for discussions about the CDP software: http://unstablesound.net/cdpforum/

EmreK has covered the CDP tool extensively in his sound design tutorials, these are highly recommended and a good place to start learning how to use CDP: http://vorpalsound.com/

This tool was also covered in the CDM Blog: http://cdm.link/2014/05/renoise-community-already-tool-cdp-free-easy-sou...

For Linux users a useful guide has been written by Dave Phillips that shows you how to compile the CDP source code and set it up: http://www.renoise.com/node/807 (even if you don't use Linux this is still worth a read)

Credits

The idea for this tool came from Djeroek (JTPE) who then helped me develop it further through feature design, testing and development of over 800 process definitions. This tool is ultimately a collaboration between us and you can read about the history on the JTPE blog: https://www.facebook.com/hiekamatiek/posts/717818141606516:0

Thanks to everyone at CDP for making it available for free: http://www.composersdesktop.com/

Finally a big thanks to Trevor Wishart who created CDP and developed many of the processes: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trevor_Wishart

Downloads

Renoise VersionDownloadsDate
com.afta8.CdpInterface V0.683.1340Dec 3rd, 2016
CDPTool-InstallationGuide.pdfDocumentation

Installation: Drop the Tool File (.xrnx) on a Renoise window to install.

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