csound-nstrexists provides a simple way to check whether an instrument number exists in the orchestra, at i-rate or k-rate. An example csd is provided in the examples/ directory demonstrating i and k-rate operation. This depends on changes in a commit from 2019-09-12 so it will not work with builds older than that. The first stable Csound release with the relevant changes is 6.14.0
The opcode has only been tested on Linux as of writing.
- Csound development libraries 6.14.0 or later
- Cmake 2.8.12 or later
Create a build directory at the top of the source tree, execute cmake .., make and optionally make install as root. If the latter is not used/possible then the resulting libnstrexists module can be used with the --opcode-lib flag in Csound. eg:
cd csound-nstrexists mkdir build && cd build cmake .. make && sudo make install
iexists nstrexists instrnum
kexists nstrexists knstrnum
Check if an instrument exists given the instrument number.
- iexists | kexists : 1 if instrument is found, 0 if not
- instrnum | knstrnum : the instrument number to check