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|Cymbal synthesis tutorial|
|This tutorial describes an approach to synthesising decent-sounding cymbals, in a way that is efficient enough for a real-time synthesis system.|
Working with Carabiner (Ableton Link) from Ruby
This script currently requires Ruby >= 2.4 and Mac OS 10.12 or higher
Download Carabiner from here https://github.com/brunchboy/carabiner (releases page has builds for OSX and Windows)
Run it in a terminal somewhere.
Download the Link repo and build the examples:
Prototype of vocoder on Sonic Pi
Demo here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/qiktze3ml7bz5iq/autotune_the_shipping_forecast.wav?dl=0 Original voice input here: https://soundcloud.com/jb_uk/neil-nunes-bbc-radio-4-and
This is a demo of a simple effects synth using the
Vocoder.ar UGen from SuperCollider. This is a fairly primitive vocoder implementation made of a bunch of bandpass filters which are "tuned" to various frequencies.
The results are mixed, but it's difficult to get a decent reproduction of the words from this.
To get T-Pain/Imogen Heap style auto-tune it would be necessary to write a different algorithm probably using a technique called PSOLA which is described at the following links:
Gossip protocol with XBee and Arduino - Personal Report
Early on in the project we decided to divide some of the requirements from the specification between ourselves. Mirela and I looked at implementing the Gossip algorithm in parallel to the work that Luis was doing on wiring the sensors and transferring the sensor data.
The first stage was to write some pseudo-code outlining the stages of the gossip algorithm. This was done in discussion with Mirela while looking over the paper and other resources we had available. This was important to gain understanding of the key steps.
Initially we decided to try implementing half of the algorithm each with me taking the broadcasting phase and Mirela implementing the receiving phase. Given that I had marginally more experience working with C we later revised these so that I handled both parts of the implementation to allow Mirela to focus on other deliverables.
developer@5b0666c5c640:~$ jackd -r -t 100000 -d dummy -r 44100 jackd 0.124.1 Copyright 2001-2009 Paul Davis, Stephane Letz, Jack O'Quinn, Torben Hohn and others. jackd comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; see the file COPYING for details
|// BEGIN code to convert AKWF wavetables from 600 samples in length to 1024|
|// because VOsc3 needs a buffer which is a power of two to work properly|
|// this pipes in stdout from ls|
|var p, l;|
|p = Pipe.new("find ~/Projects/sonic-pi/etc/wavetables/AKWF/AKWF_0001 -iname *.wav", "r"); // list directory contents in long format|
|l = p.getLine; // get the first line|
|# ❤️ Brighton Ruby|
|# This code uses some features from the pre-release of Sonic Pi,|
|# due out later this month (touch wood!).|
|# If you just can't wait for the release but want to try it yourself|
|# you can either build the Sonic Pi master branch from source (pros: free, cons: hard)|
|# or share some love and contribute to the Patreon page to support Sonic Pi's development|
|# That will give to access to the latest pre-release versions|