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patrick1983
I am new to Csound and Csoundqt using Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra. I have downloaded csound6.09.1-OSX-universal.dmg, csound~.mxo & the git folder for csound-6.09.1 with all of the sources & other files. I have also downloaded the program Csoundqt where I was hoping to implement my Csound downloads (along with in Xcode). My problem is when I try to open Csoundqt-d-py-cs6.app I get the following message: 
"This version of CsoundQt requires Csound 6.09 or newer. Please download it from http://csound.github.io/download". 
I have Csound and CsoundQt in .dmg and git folder form as I've mentioned above but I still get this message when trying to open my CsoundQt-d-py-cs.app.
The Readme file that came with the Csound .dmg said that it was usable up until Mac OS X 10.11. Is there anything I can do to make these files and folders usable in Mac OS X Sierra? Or is there anything else I can do with what I have to get started working with Csound?
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Re: [Csnd] Newbie using Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra & Csoundqt & Csound

joachim-3
hi patrick -

that sounds strange indeed.  can you please open a terminal window and
just type
csound
and press return?

you should get some output of csound containing the version number.

can you report here?

best -
        joachim


On 20/07/17 00:41, Patrick Hinkle wrote:

> I am new to Csound and Csoundqt using Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra. I have
> downloaded csound6.09.1-OSX-universal.dmg, csound~.mxo & the git folder
> for csound-6.09.1 with all of the sources & other files. I have also
> downloaded the program Csoundqt where I was hoping to implement my
> Csound downloads (along with in Xcode). My problem is when I try to open
> Csoundqt-d-py-cs6.app I get the following message:
> "This version of CsoundQt requires Csound 6.09 or newer. Please download
> it from http://csound.github.io/download".
> I have Csound and CsoundQt in .dmg and git folder form as I've mentioned
> above but I still get this message when trying to open my
> CsoundQt-d-py-cs.app.
> The Readme file that came with the Csound .dmg said that it was usable
> up until Mac OS X 10.11. Is there anything I can do to make these files
> and folders usable in Mac OS X Sierra? Or is there anything else I can
> do with what I have to get started working with Csound?
> Csound mailing list [hidden email]
> <mailto:[hidden email]>
> https://listserv.heanet.ie/cgi-bin/wa?A0=CSOUND Send bugs reports to
> https://github.com/csound/csound/issues Discussions of bugs and features
> can be posted here

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Re: [Csnd] Newbie using Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra & Csoundqt & Csound

Tarmo Johannes-3
Hi,

CsoundQt definitely works on OSX Sierra. Might be that I entered wrong condition to last version of CsoundQt installer... Unfortanetly I am out of town and cannot check...  Very sorry if this is my mistake.
But first, make sure, what is your Csound version as Joachim suggested. What about other osx users?

You cam also try to install CsoundQt 
from 

This was reported to work.


Tarmo


20.07.2017 10:43 kirjutas kuupäeval "joachim heintz" <[hidden email]>:
hi patrick -

that sounds strange indeed.  can you please open a terminal window and just type
csound
and press return?

you should get some output of csound containing the version number.

can you report here?

best -
        joachim


On 20/07/17 00:41, Patrick Hinkle wrote:
I am new to Csound and Csoundqt using Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra. I have
downloaded csound6.09.1-OSX-universal.dmg, csound~.mxo & the git folder
for csound-6.09.1 with all of the sources & other files. I have also
downloaded the program Csoundqt where I was hoping to implement my
Csound downloads (along with in Xcode). My problem is when I try to open
Csoundqt-d-py-cs6.app I get the following message:
"This version of CsoundQt requires Csound 6.09 or newer. Please download
it from http://csound.github.io/download".
I have Csound and CsoundQt in .dmg and git folder form as I've mentioned
above but I still get this message when trying to open my
CsoundQt-d-py-cs.app.
The Readme file that came with the Csound .dmg said that it was usable
up until Mac OS X 10.11. Is there anything I can do to make these files
and folders usable in Mac OS X Sierra? Or is there anything else I can
do with what I have to get started working with Csound?
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Re: [Csnd] Newbie using Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra & Csoundqt & Csound

patrick1983
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Here is the Terminal output after I entered the command "csound".[Patricks-MacBook-Pro:~] patrickalexander% csound
virtual_keyboard real time MIDI plugin for Csound
0dBFS level = 32768.0
Csound version 6.01.0 (double samples) Oct 20 2013
libsndfile-1.0.25
Usage: csound [-flags] orchfile scorefile
Legal flags are:
--help print long usage options
-U unam run utility program unam
-C use Cscore processing of scorefile
-j N use N threads in performance
-I I-time only orch run
-n no sound onto disk
-i fnam sound input filename
-o fnam sound output filename
-b N sample frames (or -kprds) per software sound I/O buffer
-B N samples per hardware sound I/O buffer
-A create an AIFF format output soundfile
-W create a WAV format output soundfile
-J create an IRCAM format output soundfile
-h no header on output soundfile
-c 8-bit signed_char sound samples
-8 8-bit unsigned_char sound samples
-u ulaw sound samples
-s short_int sound samples
-l long_int sound samples
-f float sound samples
-3 24bit sound samples
-r N orchestra srate override
-k N orchestra krate override
-K Do not generate PEAK chunks
-v verbose orch translation
-m N tty message level. Sum of:
                1=note amps, 2=out-of-range msg, 4=warnings
                0/32/64/96=note amp format (raw,dB,colors)
                128=print benchmark information
-d suppress all displays
-g suppress graphics, use ascii displays
-G suppress graphics, use Postscript displays
-x fnam extract from score.srt using extract file 'fnam'
-t N use uninterpreted beats of the score, initially at tempo N
-t 0 use score.srt for sorted score rather than a temporary
-L dnam read Line-oriented realtime score events from device 'dnam'
-M dnam read MIDI realtime events from device 'dnam'
-F fnam read MIDIfile event stream from file 'fnam'
-R continually rewrite header while writing soundfile (WAV/AIFF)
-H# print heartbeat style 1, 2 or 3 at each soundfile write
-N notify (ring the bell) when score or miditrack is done
-T terminate the performance when miditrack is done
-D defer GEN01 soundfile loads until performance time
-Q dnam select MIDI output device
-z List opcodes in this version
-Z Dither output
flag defaults: csound -s -otest -b1024 -B4096 -m135
Csound Command ERROR: insufficient arguments
end of score.   overall amps:      0.0
           overall samples out of range:        0
0 errors in performance
Elapsed time at end of performance: real: 0.020s, CPU: 0.001s
(THE ABOVE LINE IS THE END OF THE TERMINAL OUTPUT)
I see above a few lines "Csound Command ERROR: insufficient arguments". I'm not at all sure, as I am new to this, but this sounds like it could be the culprit. Any suggestions relating to this or anything else I might need to do to get started with Csound & CsoundQt would be very much appreciated.
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Re: [Csnd] Newbie using Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra & Csoundqt & Csound

Steven Yi
Try typing:

which csound

To see which version of csound is being used.  Also, besides
downloading the DMG, did you run the installer that comes with the DMG
prior to running Csound QT?

On Thu, Jul 20, 2017 at 4:09 PM, patrick1983 <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Here is the Terminal output after I entered the command
> "csound".[Patricks-MacBook-Pro:~] patrickalexander% csound
> virtual_keyboard real time MIDI plugin for Csound
> 0dBFS level = 32768.0
> Csound version 6.01.0 (double samples) Oct 20 2013
> libsndfile-1.0.25
> Usage:  csound [-flags] orchfile scorefile
> Legal flags are:
> --help  print long usage options
> -U unam run utility program unam
> -C      use Cscore processing of scorefile
> -j N    use N threads in performance
> -I      I-time only orch run
> -n      no sound onto disk
> -i fnam sound input filename
> -o fnam sound output filename
> -b N    sample frames (or -kprds) per software sound I/O buffer
> -B N    samples per hardware sound I/O buffer
> -A      create an AIFF format output soundfile
> -W      create a WAV format output soundfile
> -J      create an IRCAM format output soundfile
> -h      no header on output soundfile
> -c      8-bit signed_char sound samples
> -8      8-bit unsigned_char sound samples
> -u      ulaw sound samples
> -s      short_int sound samples
> -l      long_int sound samples
> -f      float sound samples
> -3      24bit sound samples
> -r N    orchestra srate override
> -k N    orchestra krate override
> -K      Do not generate PEAK chunks
> -v      verbose orch translation
> -m N    tty message level. Sum of:
>                 1=note amps, 2=out-of-range msg, 4=warnings
>                 0/32/64/96=note amp format (raw,dB,colors)
>                 128=print benchmark information
> -d      suppress all displays
> -g      suppress graphics, use ascii displays
> -G      suppress graphics, use Postscript displays
> -x fnam extract from score.srt using extract file 'fnam'
> -t N    use uninterpreted beats of the score, initially at tempo N
> -t 0    use score.srt for sorted score rather than a temporary
> -L dnam read Line-oriented realtime score events from device 'dnam'
> -M dnam read MIDI realtime events from device 'dnam'
> -F fnam read MIDIfile event stream from file 'fnam'
> -R      continually rewrite header while writing soundfile (WAV/AIFF)
> -H#     print heartbeat style 1, 2 or 3 at each soundfile write
> -N      notify (ring the bell) when score or miditrack is done
> -T      terminate the performance when miditrack is done
> -D      defer GEN01 soundfile loads until performance time
> -Q dnam select MIDI output device
> -z      List opcodes in this version
> -Z      Dither output
> flag defaults: csound -s -otest -b1024 -B4096 -m135
> Csound Command ERROR:   insufficient arguments
> end of score.              overall amps:      0.0
>            overall samples out of range:        0
> 0 errors in performance
> Elapsed time at end of performance: real: 0.020s, CPU: 0.001s
> (THE ABOVE LINE IS THE END OF THE TERMINAL OUTPUT)
> I see above a few lines "Csound Command ERROR: insufficient arguments". I'm
> not at all sure, as I am new to this, but this sounds like it could be the
> culprit. Any suggestions relating to this or anything else I might need to
> do to get started with Csound & CsoundQt would be very much appreciated.
>
>
>
> --
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Re: [Csnd] Newbie using Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra & Csoundqt & Csound

joachim-3
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that shows that you have a very old csound installed (6.01).
so csoundqt is right to tell you that the version is not correct.

once you downloaded the osx dmg file, you must first double click the
package.  this will install csound.  only then you can install and use
csoundqt.


On 20/07/17 22:09, patrick1983 wrote:

> Here is the Terminal output after I entered the command
> "csound".[Patricks-MacBook-Pro:~] patrickalexander% csound
> virtual_keyboard real time MIDI plugin for Csound
> 0dBFS level = 32768.0
> Csound version 6.01.0 (double samples) Oct 20 2013
> libsndfile-1.0.25
> Usage: csound [-flags] orchfile scorefile
> Legal flags are:
> --help print long usage options
> -U unam run utility program unam
> -C use Cscore processing of scorefile
> -j N use N threads in performance
> -I I-time only orch run
> -n no sound onto disk
> -i fnam sound input filename
> -o fnam sound output filename
> -b N sample frames (or -kprds) per software sound I/O buffer
> -B N samples per hardware sound I/O buffer
> -A create an AIFF format output soundfile
> -W create a WAV format output soundfile
> -J create an IRCAM format output soundfile
> -h no header on output soundfile
> -c 8-bit signed_char sound samples
> -8 8-bit unsigned_char sound samples
> -u ulaw sound samples
> -s short_int sound samples
> -l long_int sound samples
> -f float sound samples
> -3 24bit sound samples
> -r N orchestra srate override
> -k N orchestra krate override
> -K Do not generate PEAK chunks
> -v verbose orch translation
> -m N tty message level. Sum of:
> 1=note amps, 2=out-of-range msg, 4=warnings
> 0/32/64/96=note amp format (raw,dB,colors)
> 128=print benchmark information
> -d suppress all displays
> -g suppress graphics, use ascii displays
> -G suppress graphics, use Postscript displays
> -x fnam extract from score.srt using extract file 'fnam'
> -t N use uninterpreted beats of the score, initially at tempo N
> -t 0 use score.srt for sorted score rather than a temporary
> -L dnam read Line-oriented realtime score events from device 'dnam'
> -M dnam read MIDI realtime events from device 'dnam'
> -F fnam read MIDIfile event stream from file 'fnam'
> -R continually rewrite header while writing soundfile (WAV/AIFF)
> -H# print heartbeat style 1, 2 or 3 at each soundfile write
> -N notify (ring the bell) when score or miditrack is done
> -T terminate the performance when miditrack is done
> -D defer GEN01 soundfile loads until performance time
> -Q dnam select MIDI output device
> -z List opcodes in this version
> -Z Dither output
> flag defaults: csound -s -otest -b1024 -B4096 -m135
> Csound Command ERROR: insufficient arguments
> end of score.   overall amps:      0.0
>   overall samples out of range:        0
> 0 errors in performance
> Elapsed time at end of performance: real: 0.020s, CPU: 0.001s
> (THE ABOVE LINE IS THE END OF THE TERMINAL OUTPUT)
> I see above a few lines "Csound Command ERROR: insufficient arguments". I'm
> not at all sure, as I am new to this, but this sounds like it could be the
> culprit. Any suggestions relating to this or anything else I might need to
> do to get started with Csound & CsoundQt would be very much appreciated.
>
>
>
> --
> View this message in context: http://csound.1045644.n5.nabble.com/Csnd-Newbie-using-Mac-OS-X-10-12-Sierra-Csoundqt-Csound-tp5757258p5757272.html
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