I just discovered that I can easily export tables from Csound to a scalable vector graphic (SVG) format thanks to Processing. I’m really excited about this since I’ll be able to generate nice looking graphs in the future, both for this blog and for The Csound Journal. This all comes from work I’m doing in my spare time; I’m exploring the idea of creating a proper Csound library to use with Processing.
The picture above showcases two tables generated using two different methods. The top wave simply draws the contours of a table storing a band-limited sawtooth wave. The bottom displays discrete points in a table storing randomly generated noise. Nothing too fancy, yet, but the possibilities are there.