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by egor on 08 Aug'11 19:36 in pattern effect

some pattern exprimenting

reception: strange (1)patterns (1)cool (1)

Sick LinCong

by clicksonnil on 08 Sep'11 05:57 in noise linear nonlinear random number generator

Use of linear congruence and multiply with carry random number generators for non-realtime signal generation. Very noisy outputs, watch your ears! (yo

reception: noisy (1)

Waveshaping Synthesis GUI Demo 2

by Bruno Ruviaro on 08 Sep'13 23:01 in gui synthesis techniques waveshaping

Graphical interface for experimenting with waveshape synthesis.

Spectrum and Spectrogram of a sound file

by jcc on 07 Nov'14 17:30 in spectrum spectrogram

Calculates and plots the spectrum at any position in a sound file (only reads one channel). Displays the spectrogram of a selected segment of a sound

Waveshaping GUI Demo 1

by Bruno Ruviaro on 08 Sep'13 23:00 in gui synthesis techniques waveshaping

Visualize the basic concept of waveshaping with a nice & straightforward GUI. This patch makes no sound.

UPIC waveform editor

by snappizz on 11 Feb'14 18:21 in gui xenakis editor upic theremin

A fun little GUI toy emulating a freehand waveform editor as seen in Iannis Xenakis' UPIC software. Draw on the graph to edit an oscillator's waveform


by Devi Skanadze on 23 Sep'14 13:56 in ambient

wavetable bass

by snappizz on 02 Jun'17 15:12 in bass wavetable serum

wob wob wob

Graphic illustration of granular time-stretching

by jamshark70 on 26 Apr'15 03:39 in granular synthesis techniques pedagogy

Graphically represents a small set of granular windows, with variable offset. Move the "ratio" slider, and you can see and hear time stretching.

reception: graphics instructional (1)

Radial loudness meter

by snappizz on 07 Jun'15 18:25 in amplitude graphic visualization loudness

Short-time loudness is represented by an outer arc, and long-term loudness is represented with a circular graph showing the loudness over the last 60s

Cumulative Pulses

by henklass on 29 Oct'16 07:30 in cumulative pulses control signals palindrome

Cumulative pulses Imagine pulse-generators with different frequencies. Pulses are added together to generate control signals, e.g. for pitch, or may

FFT additive oversampling (graphical demo of the sampling theorem)

by jamshark70 on 08 Jun'17 03:51 in gui theory fourier transform sampling theorem oversampling userview

I originally wrote this to demonstrate what sampled audio really represents -- that is, if a series of samples represents the one and only band-limite