[microsound] sonification software for composition?
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Fri Sep 3 17:54:55 EDT 2010
I' m not sure what you want to sonify,
if one has adequate programming skills, he could use supercollider, chuck, pd, and the likes to sonify certain types of data..
On 04 Σεπ 2010, at 12:40 π.μ., LFSaw wrote:
> you may want to look at the http://sonenvir.at/ stuff, especially
> and the concerts that were part of the ICAD conferences:
> (especially that London conference had a bunch of very interesting artistic sonifications)
> hope that helps
> On 03.09.2010, at 16:57, Samuel van ransbeeck wrote:
>> I am writing my PhD proposal and my project will be a sonification application for use in composition. In a sense it is an expansion of my old Stockwatch project (that you can find onwww.samuelvanransbeeck.be). I have to write a state-of-the-art, existing research. There is a lot of information about sonification but the topic of sonification for composition is not so well covered. I have found maestro Frankentsein and Artwonk as two examples of existing software and I was wondering if you know more interesting software and research.
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