This really should be in the blue forum. But since that doesn't exist, I figured that this would be the best place to get help.
I've been composing music for about eight or so years now on a handful of different platforms, from a guitar to garage band to renoise to ableton... and I recently realized something about the twelve tone scale that I rather dislike. I then discovered that every program I have ever used requires composition with that scale. I looked around for alternatives and stumbled upon csound. After reading most of the manual and a couple of simple tutorials I realized how powerful this programming language really is. I then stumbled upon blue and realized how it captures every aspect of csound in terms of sheer power and enables one to compose in a much less structured way (than, of course, entering a list of notes and p-fields). I downloaded csound (and screwed around a bit, to get an idea of what i was getting into) and then downloaded blue.
Blue enables automation and widgets. However, this is only true when the csound API is used. To do that, one needs to enter the location of his/her csnd.jar file and uncomment a couple of lines in a file. Sounds trivial, huh? It would be, if blue.bat (or blue.sh, even blue.command) existed anywhere on my computer. So, my question is (after a longwinded introduction of myself to these forums), where are these starter files?
I am running csound 5.11 (the newest possible version that runs on mac os 10.4) and blue 2.0.9.