SuperCollider 3 supports non-realtime synthesis through the use of binary files of OSC commands.
First create an OSC command file (i.e. a score)
then on the command line (i.e. in Terminal):
The command line arguments are:
If you do not need an input sound file, then put "_" for the file name as in the example above.
For details on other valid arguments to the scsynth app see Server-Architecture.
This could be executed in SC as:
A more powerful option is to use the Score object, which has convenience methods to create OSC command files and do nrt synthesis.
You can then use
Score.write to convert the above to the OSC command file as follows:
Score also provides methods to do nrt synthesis directly:
An NRT server may also be used to extract analytical data from a sound file. The main issues are:
/dev/nullfor the output file path. In Windows, use