a Csound score in a sound-object prototype
are three ways of creating a Csound score describing the sequence of events in
a sound-object prototype.
the score in the window displayed Fig.36;
the score from a text file (which could as well be a score produced by BP2);
the score by converting the MIDI stream to Csound.
third method is a practical way of converting BP2 projects from MIDI to
Csound. First of all, a Csound instrument file such as "-cs.tryCsoundObject
must be loaded so that the conversion makes use of the proper instruments.
Then, for each sound-object prototype, click the button "Convert to Csoun
If necessary, the MIDI stream may be deleted afterwards: click "Edit/record
to say, sound-objects containing a Csound score may be granted the same
properties: pivot, continuity, periodicity (§2.5) etc., as the ones
containing a MIDI stream. Thus, Csound users can benefit of advanced features
of BP2 as to timing, constraint satisfaction, etc.