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The Muse

by mkb on 05 Sep'12 19:56 in reverse engineering sequencer the muse

emulator of Triadex's The Muse. Comments welcome; I've never used one of these things directly.

reception: gui (1)interesting (1)

Insects

by DSastre on 16 Jul'12 11:11 in nature lifeforms insects

Different insect sounds, including field crickets, a cicada and a housefly. Based on pure data code from the book "Designing Sound" by Andy Farnell.

reception: natural (1)educational (2)awesome (1)

sonic focal depth

by danstowell on 14 May'12 18:06 in

Ten layers of sound, all constantly running, yet only one is in "sharp focus" at any time. Move the mouse up and down to control the focal depth. b

reception: interesting (1)

Abusing Convolution2 to make pitch

by jamshark70 on 31 Mar'12 20:36 in convolution comb granular theory

Inspired by Formlet, which does something like formant synthesis by outputting short sinusoidal grains in response to impulses, I thought, what if we

bufferdisplay

by redFrik on 10 Feb'12 12:53 in graphic

works with both qt and cocoa. i get a steady 60fps on my machine. try lowering 'l= 1024' at the top if it's too heavy on your cpu.

reception: useful (1)awesome (1)timesink (1)

asylum appearance

by vividsnow on 13 Dec'11 15:28 in strange rhythmic sketch

lunatic asylum band during moon eclipse p.s. slightly different sounding on each run )

reception: metallic (1)percussive (1)electrobells (1)

poor man's panning

by telephon on 23 Sep'11 14:58 in howto educational art microtiming

If you are too poor to afford changing the amplitudes of a stereo signal, just let the channels wait. But the signal frequency is an impasse that is t

reception: interesting (1)

Guitar feedback emulation

by nathanielvirgo on 26 Aug'11 08:35 in feedback guitar

A simulation of holding an electric guitar up to the amplifier, creating feedback. Press the mouse button to activate the whammy bar :)

Feedback resonator

by 38nonprivate on 12 Aug'11 13:07 in feedback noise

Using filtered feedback with a noise input to produce a tone. Some bass notes turn a little noisy if the freq is left at one value for a few seconds.

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